Islet Cell Cancer
A rare but highly treatable type of pancreatic cancer that begins in the cells of the pancreas that produce insulin and other hormones. ... Only about 5% of pancreatic cancers start here. Islet Cell cancers that make hormones are called functioning tumors.
Indigestion, increased gas, diarrhea, abdominal or back pain, abdominal mass, yellowing of the skin and the whites of the eyes, which is called “jaundice” or “icterus”.
Severe constipation, blood impurity, lack of exercise, less consumption of water, unhealthy life style.