Pancreatic Cancer from Soft Drinks
Pancreatic Cancer is a particularly vicious type of cancer. The survival rate three years after diagnosis is only 30%, dropping to a mere 5% five years after diagnosis. A recent 14-year study found that drinking only two or more soft drinks a week increased the risk of pancreatic cancer by 87%. When compared to fruit juice, the study found “no statistically significant association between juice consumption and risk of pancreatic cancer.”
Perhaps there should be a warning label on the stuff.