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what part of the back does pancreatic cancer cause pain? is it constant or can the pain come and go? what does the pain feel like?

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Dr. Morton Levitt
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Back Pain: Pancreas: The pain is usually in the mid back; it may begin intermittently but then may get worse and more constant. Often aggravated by lying down and/or after meals. The pain is often described as "severe." Opioid pain medications van often ameliorate the pain.
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