Health news today: No survival? Cancers affecting woman at young age

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Among woman most of them infected to certain types of cancers around the world. According to new report, even cancers affecting the young woman have deprived levels of holding back life.

Generally, woman are more related to breast cancers at certain age. But young woman are also suppressed with pancreas infected through sex hormones similar to mucinous cyst known as mucinous cancer affecting the ovaries. Researchers have analyzed the data from university of Geneva, Switzerland partnering with United States. They found Mucinous tumors of the ovary and pancreas affect ages of woman between 30 and 40. Considered a large form of cyst filled with liquid. As both tumors develop from embryonic germ cells migrated to reproductive organs, in migration process might stop at others organs forming a tumor causing risks in later years.

About 3% of ovarian and pancreatic cancers are usually treated by surgery. However, in 15% of cases, the cyst breaks before surgery, the cancer cells spread into the peritoneum, giving rise to metastases that are highly resistant to chemotherapy. In such cases, the survival prognosis of patients does not exceed one year.

What is the link between the ovary and the pancreas?

“It is only during embryo genesis that these organs are really close. At the very beginning of pregnancy, the embryo possesses primordial germ cells in a way, precursors of gametes, oocytes or spermatozoa which, between 4 and 6 weeks of pregnancy, makes a long migration in the human body. They pass behind the future pancreas and arrive in the outline of the gonads, around the 7th week of pregnancy. Most likely, some of these germ cells stop on the way,” says Dr. Labidi-Galy.

The outcomes of analysis states that a stop in cell migration that occurred accidentally. During the embryonic life of these women may later expressed as cancer. The scientists have examined the pancreas and ovary, similar cases have reported everywhere on the migration line of germ cells, particularly in the liver or peritoneum.