The most unusual include;
Rare cases of victims with pancreatic cancer have had diabetes as a symptom. It is because the tumor cells damage the insulin producing cells. Such people start by reporting symptoms, such as, hunger, thirst, and diuresis- frequent urination. Different cancers, including pancreatic can alter blood glucose levels, but the symptoms may not show, unless blood is tested to confirm.
Blood clots may be caused by various conditions, meaning it does not have to be cancer. Few cases with pancreatic cancer have reported having a deep vein thrombosis, mainly on the leg. It comes with swelling, pain, warmth, and redness. Some part of this clot can move to the lungs and cause a pulmonary embolism- blood clot in the lungs.