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Pancreatic cancer: The sign in your back of the ‘silent disease’


Pancreatic cancer is not the only cause of jaundice as it can also be triggered by gallstones or liver inflammation.

However, if you suspect you have jaundice, you should speak to your doctor immediately or go to A&E.

When it comes to other symptoms of pancreatic cancer, you should see your GP if the symptoms troubling you don’t improve after two weeks.

Once you have a GP appointment, your doctor might feel your tummy, ask for a pee sample, or a blood test.





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