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Hepatology and Pancreatic Science

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Articles On Pancreatic Cancer

A pancreas transplant is an organ transplant involving the implantation of a healthy pancreatic (one that can produce insulin) into a person who has diabetes in general. As the pancreas is a vital organ, performing the essential functions in the digestive cycle, the native pancreas of the recipient is left in place, and the donated pancreas is transferred to another site. In the case of the rejection of the new pancreas, which would induce life-threatening diabetes rapidly, there would be a substantial risk that the recipient would not live very well for a long time without the already unstable native pancreatic. The healthy pancreas comes from a donor who has just died, or a living donor may be a partial pancreatic. Currently, pancreatic transplants are typically performed in individuals with insulin-dependent diabetes, who may experience severe complications. Patients with the most common, and most lethal, pancreatic cancer.

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