(80%) with pancreatic cancer are diagnosed with adenocarcinoma, a tumor that is localized to the head of the gland, and more rarely to the duct of the pancreas and glandular tissue. Squamous cell carcinoma of the pancreas usually arises in the back of the gland and this species accounts for 4% of cases. Men are more likely to get the disease. A vaccinated tumor may appear on the head and body of the gland. Malignant tumors are found not only in older people but also in young people. The incidence of this type of cancer is 1.5%. Cystadenocarcinoma is a cystic tumor that is localized in the body of the gland and accounts for 1% of all cases. Undifferentiated cancer is the rarest form of cancerous tumor damage. This type of cancer is found in less than 1% of patients. Undifferentiated cancer is characterized by slow growth and limited ability to metastasize. It is the only type of pancreatic cancer that can be treated positively. In other cases, the average life expectancy of patients ranges from 2 to 10 months after the discovery of the disease. ბოს ᲯᲘᲠᲙᲕᲚᲘᲡ. ᲡᲢᲐᲓᲘᲔᲑᲘ Stages of pancreatic cancer are determined by the size of the lesion, the degree of damage to the lymph nodes, and the presence of metastases. The TNM classification is used to determine the stage, which allows for an accurate description of the disease and an assessment of the degree of its spread. The first stage of the disease is characterized by a small size of the tumor. The size of the formation does not exceed 2 cm, it only damages the gland and does not produce metastases; In the second stage, the size of the tumor is more than 2 cm, the formation covers a large part of the body, but does not exceed the boundaries of the gland; The third stage begins with damage to the regional lymph nodes and neighboring organs, stomach and spleen; In the fourth stage, the tumor forms in distant organs, for example, it damages the liver and lungs and produces metastases. … ᲓᲘᲐᲒᲜᲝᲡᲢᲘᲙᲐ Timely referral to specialists and quality diagnosis is extremely important. The earlier a patient is diagnosed with a tumor, the greater the chance of it being cured. Diagnosis of the disease is made by: computed tomography; By magnetic resonance imaging; By ultrasound examination. All three types of examination allow to determine where the tumor is located and whether the lymphatic system and other organs are damaged. Confirmation of the diagnosis is made by biopsy, ie by taking samples for examination. A biopsy is usually performed with a laparoscopy, which involves examining the peritoneum with an endoscope at the bottom of which the camera is mounted. There are diagnostic methods that can confirm or deny the diagnosis with 99% accuracy. Such methods include endoscopic ultrasonography, which combines the advantages of ultrasound and endoscopy. With the help of an ultrasound transmitter attached to the endoscope, the doctor is able to examine the thickness of the intestinal wall and neighboring organs. Diagnosis depends on the qualifications of the doctors and the equipment used to examine the patients. Caucasus Medical Center, located in Tbilisi, offers patients diagnostic services for cancer and other diseases. The modern equipment of the center allows accurate diagnosis of tumors so that patients do not experience discomfort. The clinic employs doctors with extensive experience, most of whom have gained work experience in clinics in Germany and other countries. Anyone can get a diagnosis at the Caucasus Medical Center. It is not necessary for the patient to be a citizen of Georgia. The hospital accepts international residents. The medical staff takes care of their comfort. There is an oncohematology department in the clinic