Pancreatic cancer is one of the most asthmatic diseases with the highest mortality rate in the total number of patients.
On Thursday, November 15, people in the world will remember the need to fight this disease.
The Olomouc University Hospital is participating in this year's World Pancreatic Cancer Day with a seminar and a new clinical lighting.
The Olomouc City Hall will "dress up" the historic building of the Town Hall in purple.
Experts warn that this year 2100 cases of pancreatic cancer will be diagnosed in the Czech Republic.
"2000 patients die. Currently, there is no standard screening test or method for the early detection of this disease. Therefore, development and research continues to show signs of disease. Early diagnosis is vital," he said.
The cause of most cases of pancreatic cancer is unknown, but research studies have identified risk factors.
Neoral, "These include family history, diabetes, pancreatitis, smoking, obesity or eating disorders." Said.
The symbol of World Pancreatic Cancer Day is a purple color that marks the world's largest buildings today. This year, the City of Olomouc City Hall also joined the initiative, which would allow the building of the town hall to be severely illuminated.