Pancreatic cancer begins in the tissues of Pancreas, which are responsible for releasing the enzymes for helping in the digestion process. The cancer begins when abnormal cells grow and divide abruptly, to form a tumor in Pancreas. Typically, Pancreatic cancer spreads rapidly to other organs. When the tumor develops, it interferes in the normal functioning of Pancreas. The cancer often shows no symptoms at its early stage, and this makes it difficult to manage.