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Pancreatic cancer could be diagnosed up to three years earlier – new study

By Agnieszka Lemanska, Senior Lecturer, Health Data Science, University of Surrey
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Every year, more than 10,000 people in the UK are diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Unfortunately, for most of those people, the disease is diagnosed too late to be cured. Less than 10% of people live five years following a diagnosis.

Pancreatic cancer is a silent disease. For many people, it has no symptoms until it is fairly advanced. Weight loss and increased blood glucose levels are known signs, but it has been unknown – until now – when…The Conversation

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