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Pancreatic Cancer

The pancreas is a glandular organ that lies in the abdominal cavity. It comprises of three parts namely, the head, body and tail. The main function of the gland is to assist the digestive process. The cells (exocrine cells) of the gland secrete certain digestive juices that break...Read More

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my father 72yrs age 10yrs before he had one mass in left throat after we make operation and after biopsy there was a cancer infection after that we give him 1 month radiation and six chemo.now on right side there is another small grow in throatt and abdomen usg report shows CBD dilated 12mm and head of pancreas one mass exist.now his bilirumin is 10.2mg and not able to eat and itching full body.some fever(101 F)is there with out any surgery how i can keep him quite normal he also diabetic(avg pp220)please give some medicine name that can help him to reduce jundis his eyes is yellow and urin also very yelloish.please help me i am a poor family not afford any surgery and i wish only how much day he lives he should live without pain with any medicine.thanks
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