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The pancreas is located in the upper left side of the abdomen, behind the stomach. It is a spongy, flat, 6 inches long gland, with a pear-like shape.

The pancreas plays an important role when we are digesting our food into fuel for our bodies and the cells inside it, but this is achieved through its two main functions, which are endocrine and exocrine. The endocrine function regulates the levels of sugar in our blood, and the exocrine function produces enzymes that allow our bodies to digest both carbohydrates and proteins, and also break down fat.