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Bilirubin and pancreatic cancer

Can a person have pale stools but normal bilirubin levels? If so, what can cause this?
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Hello and welcome to the forum. Sorry for a delay in response.  Please give us any updates.  Your doctor is the best source of information but we are here to support you too.  To get more information, you are diagnosed with pancreatic cancer? Clay colored stools can often be the result of medications that you are taking which you should discuss with your doctor. It may be indicative of an underlying problem. Issues with the gall bladder, the bile duct system can be possibilities.  Please let us know where things stand now.  
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