Legendary soul singer Aretha Franklin died of an advanced form of pancreatic cancer, a disease that is difficult to discover early and among the most deadly forms of cancer. Pancreatic cancer will kill an estimated 44,300 Americans in 2018, according to the American Cancer Society.


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