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Saturday, November 5, 2011

What Causes Gallbladder Cancer

In the human body, the gallbladder is sandwiched between the liver and the duodenum. The gallbladder is a small organ that plays a role in the metabolism of fat in the body. When food containing fat is consumed, a hormone cholecystokinin is secreted in the body. This cholecystokinin then stimulates the gallbladder to release its contents into the duodenum. Gallbladder functions in the concentration of bile produced by the liver. This bile, when released in the duodenum, emulsifies

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