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What is Pancreatic Cancer? Pancreatic cancer happens when abnormal cells start to grow Irregularly and they end up forming a tumor. You have 2 types of cells within the pancreas, the Endocrine and Exocrine; both which have different functions. The pancreas is a 6-8 in (15-20 cm) long, slipper-shaped gland located in the abdomen. It lies behind the stomach, within a loop formed by the small intestine.