This is a topic worth diving into since there are several types of pancreatic cancers. They are very different with regards to the treatment and the prognosis. In general, when people discuss pancreas cancer, they mean pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma. This is a type of cancer that grows out of the glands of the duct ofContinue reading “Part 3 – What kind of pancreas cancer do I have?”
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Part 2 – All about the pancreas
The pancreas is a soft and delicate organ located in the middle of your upper abdomen against the spine. Even though the pancreas is a single organ, we describe it as having a head, neck, body and tail. The pancreas is a fascinating organ involved in digestion, hormone production and blood sugar regulation. The pancreasContinue reading “Part 2 – All about the pancreas”
Part I – Where does pancreas cancer (adenocarcinoma) come from?
Most of the time, we do not know why an individual develops pancreas cancers. Medically, this is referred to as ‘sporadic’ (unknown cause). To our best knowledge, a poor diet does not cause pancreas cancer, a lack of exercise does not cause pancreas cancer, and we have not identified a single environmental agent or occupationalContinue reading “Part I – Where does pancreas cancer (adenocarcinoma) come from?”