Was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer 5.5 years ago and had a whipple immediately(in Pittsburgh).
Recently, one of the upstart labs seems to have developed a test for detection of this cancer, good news.
People need to be made aware of the symptoms and also get tested if they have a family history.
Because this cancer is about a 15 year journey, detection before the end of the journey can be life saving.
Healthcare recommends testing at age 55 for colon cancer, but not at any age for pancreatic cancer.
Doesn't make sense because of the increasing prevalence of this killer.