Researchers Find Two New Symptoms Associated with Pancreatic CancerBy Radiant Health
Published: November 13, 2021
Pancreatic cancer is one of the deadliest of all common cancers because it is difficult to detect and challenging to treat. Only about 10% of people diagnosed with the disease survive the next five years. However, two new previously unrecognized symptoms of the disease may lead to earlier diagnoses. In a preliminary study conducted in England, researchers found that dark colored urine and feeling thirsty are both signs of pancreatic cancer. Other symptoms to look out for include weight loss, diarrhea, itching, back pain, and fat in stool.
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