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

Less than 10% of people live five years following a diagnosis of pancreatic cancer. Image: Unsplash/julien Tromeur

Agnieszka Lemanska

Senior Lecturer, Health Data Science, University of Surrey

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The benefit of receiving an early diagnosis is that it reduces the chance of the cancer spreading. Image: Pexels/ MART PRODUCTION

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