Pancreatic cancer develops when abnormal cells begin to grow and produce large numbers of cells that continue to grow and divide. These cells can spread to other parts of the body and cause new tumours.
The normal function of the pancreas is to release hormones that control sugar in your blood and digestive juices that help you digest and absorb nutrients. Pancreatic cancers often start in the exocrine glands — the group of cells that produce digestive juices. But they can also start in the endocrine glands, which make hormones that regulate your metabolism and your blood sugar level.
Most people with pancreatic cancer have a type called adenocarcinoma of the pancreas. In this type of cancer, the cells that line the duct that carries bile out of the pancreas are abnormal and become cancerous. When a tumor grows in this area, it causes the duct to block. This leads to a build-up of bile in the pancreas and results in jaundice, pain, fatigue, and weight loss.
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