Not good. Unfortunately most pancreatic cancer are not detected early and even if treatable by surgery, often require extensive removal of tissues. Do not delay getting treatment and i wish you the best.
Need specialist ctr. Pancreatic cancer in early stages should be treated by a coordinated multidisciplinary team by surgery, chemo and radiation. With all 3, and negative lymph nodes, 5-yr survival is about 24% and median is 3yrs. Nodes positive median is 14 months. Metastatic with aggressive chemo median 11 months. Even if not curable, a good oncology team is the best way to make the most of a tough situation.
Depends on type. Pancreatic cancer has several types: endocrine and exocrine. Ductal adenocarcinoma is the most common, but also the worst to have (<6-9 month survival); endocrine is not as bad, depending on size and stage (years survival); some cancers (mucinous) can have a good prognosis (>75% 5-year survival). You need to know the exact type and the stage to get meaningful information.