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Nine percent of women with advanced cancers — including tumors of the lung, colon or pancreas — received a mammogram and 6 percent received a cervical cancer screen, according to a 2010 study of Medicare recipients over age 65.
In people with type 1 diabetes, that's because the pancreas isn't making enough insulin.
The shooting severely damaged his pancreas, and doctors removed his gall bladder completely.
Dana Lewis, a University of Alabama graduate who grew up in Huntsville, used social media, computer skills and mail-order parts to invent an artificial pancreas for people with diabetes.
Other cancers, such as those of the lung, pancreas and brain, are harder to find and treat.
Bassist Duff McKagan drank so much that his pancreas burst.
Yes, sweetbreads are organ meats, but fear not: These thymus and pancreas glands are notably mild and smooth.
In the lobby, a sleek promotional video advertises the center’s expertise in supplying livers, lungs, hearts and pancreases to save thousands of lives every year.
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