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It is possible to live without a pancreas, although daily insulin injections and the use of digestive enzymes are necessary. Experts from Cedars-Sinai say pancreatic transplantation is also an option in some patients. More »

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In order to exist, life requires cells to multiply rapidly to support the larger organism, and enzymes make this possible. Without enzymes, life wouldn't have had the opportunity to evolve in the first place. More »

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Without gravity, there would be no life on Earth at all. Anything that rests on the planet would float off into space; this includes everything from human beings to all the water on Earth. More »

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The pancreas is located in the abdominal cavity in humans, according to Johns Hopkins Medicine. More specifically, it is located in the upper-left portion of the abdomen, behind the stomach. More »

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The pancreas is located on the left side of the body, explains John Hopkins University. A section of the organ rests inside the curve of the duodenum while the other part is lodged between the spine and the stomach. A du... More »

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The spleen is located under the left side of the diaphragm and near the stomach, pancreas, liver and the heart. The inferior vena cava and the hepatic artery, coming from the heart, are located to the right of the spleen... More »

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Many medical and non-medical websites have a photo of a pancreas, including WebMD.com, ShutterStock.com, PicSearch.com, CanStockPhoto.com, and MedicineNet.com, as of 2015. These sites are freely accessible, and some allo... More »

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