Pancreatic cancer is more common in men and usually develops after the age of 60. it can develop anywhere in the body. It is more common in the pancreatic head, and less common in your body. There are not many cases where the cancer starts in the queue.
Pancreatic cancer spreads quickly. First, invades the rest of the pancreas and then affects nearby organs.
The symptoms of pancreatic cancer vary depending on the area where cancer cells have developed. Tumors in the body and tail create difficulties distract attention from the pancreas.
Pancreatic cancer manifests itself through symptoms such as weight loss, fatigue, loss of appetite, upper abdominal pain, etc.
pancreatic cancer is at the head of the body shows early symptoms – jaundice, pale stools (white or yellow), dark urine, gall bladder and enlarged liver, itching, bleeding, slow heart rate, etc.
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