Month: April 2017

Pancreatic Cancer – What You Need to Know

Your pancreas is a six-inch-long organ located behind your stomach and attaches to your small intestine. The pancreas produces several important hormones that circulate throughout your blood such as insulin, glucagon, somatostatin and pancreatic polypeptide. The pancreas also aids in digestion by releasing secretions that neutralize acidity and digestive enzymes that assist in the absorption […]