Pancreatic cancer set to become one of Australia's deadliest diseases | 7.30

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Pancreatic cancer is difficult to diagnose, and often by the time it’s detected there’s little doctors can do – which is why nine out of ten cases die within five years. Now there’s a push to give it more attention, as well as vital research funding.

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