Health Desk: Nov 01, 2017: Stomach ache, indigestion, unexplained weight loss and faeces that float rather than sink in the lavatory can be warning signs of the potentially deadly disease, says Pancreatic Cancer UK.
Nikki Davies was diagnosed in March, aged 51. Her tumour was caught early, meaning a surgeon could remove it.
"I didn't know anything about pancreatic cancer before my diagnosis, and I certainly wouldn't have known what the symptoms were."
Currently, about one in 10 people diagnosed with the condition survives beyond five years.
This is in large part due to most patients being diagnosed at a late stage, when treatment options are very limited, says Pancreatic Cancer UK.
Its survey of 4,000 UK adults suggests awareness of the symptoms is still too low.
However, according to the experts, early detection and treatment are vital to save lives.