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Smelly poo: This may be a cancer warning

Smelly poo: This may be a cancer warning

Symptoms of cancer vary depending on where the tumor develops that’s why being aware of the changes in your body helps. Having a foul-smelling poo could be a sign of steatorrhoea, which is a warning symptom of pancreatic cancer. Other symptoms of steatorrhoea include pale stools, bulky stools, greasy stools, or loose stools. When cells...

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The Color of Your Urine Can Tell Early Signs of Pancreatic Cancer

The Color of Your Urine Can Tell Early Signs of Pancreatic Cancer

Pancreatic cancer is caused by the atypical growth of cells in the pancreas – a large glandular organ in the digestive system. The American Cancer Society warns that dark-colored urine could be a sign of pancreatic cancer. Yearly, around 9,000 people died of pancreatic cancer in the UK. Approximately 10,000 British people were diagnosed with...