Is it possible to get infected with pancreatic cancer by respiratory way?

Question by Tommy_Gun: Is it possible to get infected with pancreatic cancer by respiratory way?
i’d like to figure it out is there any risk to get infected with this one like that or somehow. And whta it depends on at all?
Thanks.

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    realdeal002001 May 12, 2013 at 5:21 am

    Cancer is not an infection.

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    ahmad h May 12, 2013 at 5:35 am

    It is not possible to get that by the respiratory way. Here are risk factors of pancreatic cancer:
    Cigarette smoking, Age (from 60 and 80), Race (African-American population), Gender (more common in men), Chronic pancreatitis, Diabetes

    If you have more question, u can post them in:
    http://med50.blogspot.com/2010/04/patient-education-program.html

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    Panda May 12, 2013 at 6:32 am

    Pancreatic cancer is not an infection . . cancer is your own cells . . your own DNA which has mutated for unknown reasons. It isn’t foreign in the body, which is one reason the body does not recognize that anything is ‘wrong’ when cancer is growing. So . . no you cannot get infected . . nor can you use the word infected in relationship to pancreatic cancer . . it has nothing to do with infection. It’s your own unique individual DNA and it cannot be passed on to another person.

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