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When do symptoms of pancreatic cancer develop?

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Pancreatic cancer often goes undetected until it's advanced and difficult to treat. In the majority of cases, symptoms only develop after pancreatic cancer has grown and begun to spread.

SOURCES:

American Cancer Society web site, "Detailed Guide: Pancreatic Cancer."

National Cancer Institute web site: "Pancreatic Cancer."

Gullo L. Pancreas, 2002; vol 22: pp 210-213.

Reviewed by Gabriela Pichardo on January 22, 2020

SOURCES:

American Cancer Society web site, "Detailed Guide: Pancreatic Cancer."

National Cancer Institute web site: "Pancreatic Cancer."

Gullo L. Pancreas, 2002; vol 22: pp 210-213.

Reviewed by Gabriela Pichardo on January 22, 2020

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