Pancreatic cancer is hard to detect, in part because the symptoms of the disease don't reveal themselves until it's often too late.
Now there's a new way to help spot the symptoms early using a smartphone.
University of Washington researchers in Seattle have developed an app that could allow people to easily screen for pancreatic cancer and other diseases.
You could do so by just snapping a selfie.
One of the earliest symptoms of pancreatic cancer is jaundice, which is a yellow discoloration of the skin and eyes.
The ability to detect jaundice before it’s visible to the naked eye could provide a new screening program for at-risk patients.