From moneycontrol.com: People who smoke and drink heavily are at risk of developing pancreatic cancer at an earlier age, according to a new study.
Researchers led by the University of Michigan found that heavy smokers with pancreatic cancer were diagnosed around age 62 and heavy drinkers at age 61 - almost a decade earlier than the average age of 72.
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