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Launched in 2014, the company is working on what some call an artificial pancreas.
Nine percent of women with advanced cancers — including tumors of the lung, colon or pancreas — received a mammogram and 6% received a cervical cancer screen, according to a 2010 study of Medicare recipients over age 65.
Two animal studies -- one on monkeys published in 1986 and another on rats published in 1987 -- suggested that soy diets caused an enlarged pancreas and were associated with the growth of pancreatic cancer in those animals.
Nine percent of women with advanced cancers — including tumors of the lung, colon or pancreas — received a mammogram and 6 percent received a cervical cancer screen, according to a 2010 study of Medicare recipients over age 65.
In people with type 1 diabetes, that's because the pancreas isn't making enough insulin.
The shooting severely damaged his pancreas, and doctors removed his gall bladder completely.
Dana Lewis, a University of Alabama graduate who grew up in Huntsville, used social media, computer skills and mail-order parts to invent an artificial pancreas for people with diabetes.
Other cancers, such as those of the lung, pancreas and brain, are harder to find and treat.
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