Early Detection of the "Silent Killer" *RERUN
Pancreatic cancer has a 5-year survival rate of under 10% and is often called the "silent killer." It does not cause symptoms in its early stages and is often not detected until it is advanced. But a group of Japanese doctors has come up with a way to detect it early using an endoscope equipped with ultrasound. The procedure takes just 10 minutes. We also introduce tea and a dish using medicinal herbs to boost immunity to prevent coronavirus infection.
This device detects stage 0 cancer
It captures abnormalities of just several millimeters in the pancreas using ultrasound
The doctor finds even the smallest sign of pancreatic cancer
Herbal tea strengthens the immune system, helping to protect against COVID-19 infection