Pancreatic cancer: The ‘discolouration’ in two areas could be a symptom – 'insidious’

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If this yellow pigment builds up in your blood, you can develop jaundice.

The NHS stresses the importance of getting “urgent medical help” if you suspect having this condition.

Apart from your skin and eyes turning yellow, you could also experience itchy skin, darker urine and paler stool than usual.

Doctor Griffiths said: “Your GP should refer you for a CT scan or an ultrasound scan of the abdomen within two weeks to investigate further.



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