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First hormonal symptoms of pancreatic cancer | Natural Health
Pancreatic cancer is one of the tumors with the worst prognosis. Indeed, it alters the hormonal production of the organ.
Pancreatic cancer is a disease that can affect the vast majority of cells in our body. As part of this disorder, the cells that make up the pancreas begin to divide uncontrollably. It affects men as well as women, and can appear at any time of life.
Thus, the pancreas is an elongated organ that lies behind the stomach. It performs important functions in the maintenance of our body.
In this way, we can differentiate two types of cells in the pancreas;
Endocrine; they appear in the form of islets of Langerhans and produce hormones that are released directly into the blood. Normally, they produce insulin and glucagon, compounds that regulate the amount of glucose in the blood stream.
Exocrine; These cells synthesize enzymes that travel to the duodenum through tiny ducts. They unite to form the pancreatic duct , which in turn unites with the bile duct (from the liver) to the small intestine. The enzymes produced collaborate to digest certain nutrients such as lipids or fats……For more watch a video in detail.
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