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Pancreatic cancer symptoms: Indigestion may warn of the deadly disease

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Therefore, if a cancerous tumour is disturbing the functioning of the pancreas, a person may feel full very quickly, become bloated, have lots of wind and burp a lot.

Pancreatic cancer can also cause blood clots, known as deep vein thrombosis (DVT).

More commonly found in the lower legs, blood clots can also be found anywhere in the arms.

The affected area may be warm to touch, swollen and red; meanwhile, another sign of pancreatic cancer could be fatigue.



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