Pancreas cancer surg. This procedure is most often used to treat cancer in the "head" of the pancreas. It involves removing about half of the pancreas then reattaching the liver (bile ducts) and remaining pancreas to the intestines. There are multiple ways to actually do the surgery in terms of how the various organs are re-attached.
Yes. This procedure is most commonly done in an attempt to cure pancreatic cancer.
Yes. I perform about one a week, and have performed over 100 in my career. It is a complex operation lasting about 4 hours.