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Mum with 'misdiagnosed' cancer is urging people to look out for one persistent symptom

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A single mother of two children is facing the fight of her life after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and is calling on others to be aware of the signs and symptoms of the disease.

Claire Blair, 44, received her diagnosis in September 2022, after a six month period of mis-diagnosed symptoms following an initial GP appointment.

The delay in a correct diagnosis and test results meant the cancer had spread from her pancreas to her liver, leading to the devastating moment she had tell her children Thomas, 14, and Aimee, who is about to celebrate her 12th birthday. READ MORE: Jay Slater's dad sends emotional message to online trolls as he visits search site Now Claire, an an administrative coordinator from Inverkeithing, Fife, is determined to spread awareness of the early signs of pancreatic cancer that she herself experienced.

Claire spoke of her experience: "I first went to the GP in March 2022, I had a few symptoms then," said Claire. "I was rapidly losing weight.

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