wernox18 karma2019-02-05 20:27:44 UTC
So its not the more common adenocarcinoma that attacks the "head" of the pancreas?
My father-in-law had an islet cell neuroendocrine tumor that was treated with the distal pancreatectomy/splenectomy about 8 years ago. He made it a couple of years before he was a 100% insulin dependent. Drove himself to the ER with a 1400 Blood sugar.
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