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Pancreatic cancer is one of the most common cancers of the digestive system. The pancreas is responsible for producing substances needed for digestion and insulin to break down sugar in the blood. When a tumour develops in the pancreas, the glands are then no longer able to perform their normal function, and this can lead to serious metabolic and digestive problems. A person with pancreatic cancer is asymptomatic at first; symptoms arise when the condition may already be advanced.
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