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She thought she was suffering from the symptoms of menopause, she died of aggressive cancer

This mother died in April 2021 from pancreatic cancer which was not diagnosed in time. The symptoms of the disease are very vague.

Back pain, indigestion, abdominal pain and weight loss: these are the symptoms of pancreatic cancer. Joanne Eales’s daughter urges everyone to see anyone with these symptoms for more than a month. These are the same symptoms that Joanne Eales had presented. She never thought thatit could be pancreatic cancer and thought it was menopause-related symptoms. His scan showed that Joanne Eales had advanced pancreatic cancer.

Her stage four cancer won it in april this year. According to Pancreatic Cancer UK, about 80% of people are diagnosed when the cancer is at an advanced stage and that it is too late for treatment that could save their lives. Mirror also confirms that “this cancer has the lowest survival rate of all common cancers in the UK. Currently, there is no screening test to help doctors find the disease early to avoid loss of human life.

Jaundice is the most alarming symptom of pancreatic cancer

According to studies by Pancreatic Cancer UK, people wait longer before seeing the doctor for these symptoms. More worryingly, many people do not recognize all potential symptoms of pancreatic cancer. “Jaundice is the “red flag” symptom pancreatic cancer, but worryingly nearly a quarter of respondents said not be sure you can recognize her“, says the Pancreatic Cancer UK.

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Joanne Eales
Back pain, indigestion, abdominal pain and weight loss – these are the symptoms of pancreatic cancer. Joanne Eales’ daughter urges anyone with these symptoms for more than a month to see a general practitioner.

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Joanne Eales
These are the same symptoms that Joanne Eales, her mother, had presented. She did not believe in any way that it could be pancreatic cancer and thought it was related to menopause.

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Joanne Eales
Her stage four cancer died in April of this year. According to Pancreatic Cancer UK, around 80% of people are diagnosed when the cancer is at an advanced stage and it is too late for life-saving treatment. Mirror also confirms that “this cancer has the lowest survival rate of all common cancers in the UK”.

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Joanne Eales
According to studies from Pancreatic Cancer UK, people wait longer to see the doctor for these symptoms because of COVID.

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Joanne Eales
More worryingly, many people don’t recognize all of the potential symptoms of pancreatic cancer. “Jaundice is the ‘red flag’ symptom of pancreatic cancer, but worryingly nearly a quarter of people said they were not sure they could recognize it,” says Pancreatic Cancer UK.

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