The final period in pancreatic cancer can be very miserable. When even palliative treatments cease to work, patients will be plagued by severe abdominal pain, progressive weakness, weight loss, and great anxiety.
During this period, measures to alleviate pain should still be taken. Doctors will take effective measures and choose the most suitable pain-release plan in the care of pancreatic cancer patients. The techniques include nerve blocks and various drugs that can be taken by mouth or injection.
However, when patients are at the final stages of pancreatic cancer, what they needed most is not various treatments and drugs but the company of their beloved families and friends. Their simple presence will calm the patient and help the patient through their final period of life.
Keywords: progression pancreatic cancer death.