Pancreatic Cancer the Deadliest Cancer
Pancreatic cancer will be diagnosed in 62,210 people, and it will kill 49,830 of them.
The pancreas is a long flattened organ and gland located in the back of our abdomen that is part of both our digestive and endocrine systems.
Pancreatic cancer is a disease in which malignant cells form in pancreatic tissues.
First, because it doesn't cause many specific symptoms.
Inherited mutations occur when a child inherits a mutant gene copy from one of his or her parents.
This cell will grow abnormally and may develop into pancreatic cancer.
When a cell divides in our body, it copies all of its DNA for the new cell.