Pancreatic cancer: What are the symptoms of 'silent killer' set to kill more than breast tumours?

Pancreatic cancer will claim an increasing number of lives over the next decade and overtake breast cancer to become the fourth most deadly form of the disease overall, a charity has warned. It is often difficult to diagnose pancreatic cancer early enough to stop it from spreading, because the symptoms are so vague. A lack of new diagnosis methods means that by 2026, 11,279 people are predicted to die every year from the disease – a 28 per cent rise on the 8,817 in 2014, said Pancreatic Cancer UK.

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