Pancreatic cancer: The ‘generalised’ feeling that could signal the deadly disease

Less common types of pancreatic cancer might produce different symptoms.

If the cancer develops in the cells that produce insulin then your blood sugar might be persistently low.

This can cause confusion, sweating and feelings of weakness and dizziness.

Insulin’s opposite hormone, glucagon, is also produced in the pancreas and very rarely pancreatic tumours will cause an increase in blood sugar.

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