cancer doesn't usually cause symptoms in the early stages, but "as the cancer grows it can start to cause symptoms". The charity advises: "Symptoms of pancreatic cancer can be vague.
They can be caused by other conditions, but it's important to get them checked by a doctor. See your GP if you have any new symptoms or symptoms that aren't going away".
It says indigestion causes heartburn, bloating and sickness and notes that it is a common problem in the general population, and for most people it isn't a sign of cancer.
Nonetheless, "if it is persistent or isn't getting better with medicines, you should go back to see your doctor". Indeed, Pancreatic Cancer UK says: "Indigestion causes a painful, burning feeling in your chest.Read more on msn.com