Register help remember me? What's new? Articles forum new posts faq calendar community member list forum actions mark forums read quick links today's posts view site leaders blogs advanced search forum medicine oncology pancreatic cancer if this is your first visit, be sure to check out the faq by clicking the link above. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. discount generic viagra 100 mg buy viagra viagra online viagra for sale cheap generic viagra viagra without a doctor prescription viagra online buy generic viagra generic viagra online generic viagra online Results 1 to 1 of 1 thread: pancreatic cancer thread tools show printable version email this page… subscribe to this thread… search thread   advanced search display linear mode switch to hybrid mode switch to threaded mode 07-05-2012, 08:12 am #1 geegee view profile view forum posts private message view blog entries view articles senior member join date jun 2012 posts 644 blog entries 1 pancreatic cancer types of pancreatic cancer pancreatic cancer is classified according to which part of the pancreas is affected: the part that makes digestive substances (exocrine) or the part that makes insulin and other hormones (endocrine). Exocrine pancreatic cancer although there are several different types of pancreatic cancer, 95% of cases are due to pancreatic adenocarcinoma. Other less common exocrine pancreatic cancers include: adenosquamous carcinoma squamous cell carcinoma giant cell carcinoma acinar cell carcinoma small cell carcinoma the exocrine pancreas makes up 95% of the pancreas, so it's not surprising that most pancreatic cancers arise here. Endocrine pancreatic cancer other cells of the pancreas make hormones that are released directly into the bloodstream (endocrine system). Cancerous tumors arising from these cells are called pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors or islet cell tumors. Endocrine pancreatic cancers are uncommon, and are named according to the type of hormone produced: insulinomas (from an insulin-producing cell) glucagonomas (from a glucagon-producing cell) somatostatinomas (from a somatostatin-making cell) gastrinomas (from a gastrin-producing cell) vipomas (from vasoactive intestinal peptide-making cell) some pancreatic islet cell tumors do not secrete hormones and are known as non-secreting islet tumors of the pancreas. Causes of pancreatic cancer pancreatic cancer occurs when cells in the pancreas grow, divide, and spread uncontrollably, forming a malignant tumor. The exact cause of pancreatic cancer is unknown. Smoking is the major risk factor for pancreatic cancer. Cigarette smoking roughly doubles the risk for pancreatic cancer when compared to non-smokers. While diabetes is not a risk factor for pancreatic cancer, the two have been linked. Age, race, and family history are other risk factors for pancreatic cancer. Prevention of. Home

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