This case involves a female patient in her late 30’s who developed pancreatic cancer. Before she received her diagnosis of pancreatic cancer, the patient first presented to her general practice physician with complaints of stomach pain. The patient underwent a physical examination and was prescribed medications to treat her stomach pain. Over the next few weeks, the patient developed new symptoms of vomiting and diarrhea, at which point she was referred to a gastroenterologist for additional testing. The gastroenterologist performed an endoscopy, however there were no abnormal findings and the patient was sent away with instructions to follow up if her symptoms became worse. Over the next few months, the patient’s symptoms persisted and lost a substantial amount of weight. During this time, she expressed concerns about her symptoms to her general practice physician on several occasions, however no further testing was done. Eventually, the patient was diagnosed with metastatic pancreatic cancer that had spread to her liver, leaving her with an extremely poor prognosis. It is alleged that more thorough testing should have been done given the patient’s symptoms.