Cancer shock will trigger a volunteer crusade to learn about the early signs of a devastating disease

Judi Adams never thought that a sore back and occasional stomach pain could be signs of something much more serious – an eight-inch tumor.

Her vague symptoms were followed at the end of last year by “out of nowhere” nausea and loss of appetite.

Doctors told Mrs. Adams after a series of medical tests that there was a lump in her pancreas.

She went to the hospital to have a lump biopsy, and after the operation she woke up to find out that she had pancreatic cancer.

Part of her pancreas and stomach were removed along with the spleen.

Mrs. Adams (55) thought that her back pain was caused by the fact that she spent most of her time working in an office environment, and when she struggled, she experienced a “stitch.”

Cancer is often diagnosed late

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