Pancreatic Cancer

Pancreatic cancer is abnormal cell growth in the pancreas, the thin, pear-shaped gland behind the stomach. The pancreas plays an important role in the digestive system by producing fluids to help break down food and hormones to control blood sugar levels. Research is needed to better understand the relationship between the environment and pancreatic cancer. Read more about pancreatic cancer.

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