Pancreas is a portion of human digestive system. It does two foremost things. It creates pancreatic juice which consists of substances called pancreatic enzymes. These enzymes aid to break down food so the body can absorb it. The pancreatic juice flows down through a tube called the pancreatic duct, which goes through the length of the pancreas and empties into the duodenum (the first part of the small intestines).  The pancreas is responsible to produce hormones called as Insulin, which control sugar levels in the blood. Both of these processes can be affected if the pancreas isn’t working properly.


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