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Pancreatic Cancer in Children Topic Guide

Pancreatic Cancer in Children Pancreatic Cancer in Children: Pancreatic cancer describes the formation of malignant cancer cells in the pancreas, which makes juices to help digest food and makes hormones to control sugar and salt in the blood. Signs of the four types of pancreatic cancer that can occur in children include:
  • Low blood sugar. (This can cause blurred vision, headache, and feeling lightheaded, tired, weak, shaky),
  • nervous, irritable, sweaty, confused, or hungry.
  • Changes in behavior.
  • Seizures.
  • Coma.
Treatment includes surgery and chemotherapy.

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