A Second Opinion Felt Right
Bonnie Dahl considered treatment for stage I pancreatic cancer near home but felt a second opinion and a bigger cancer center were important.
What Is It Going to Take to Stop Pancreatic Cancer? A 10-Year Survivor’s Perspective
Survivor William Ramshaw reflects on the need for more research into treatments and early detection tests for pancreatic cancer.
Hope is Everything You Have
Long-term survivor Eric Borden believes in the importance of advocating for yourself with your doctors; if he hadn’t he might not be here.
More Research Needed For Neuropathy
Dr. Allyson Ocean discusses the use of glutamine to ease the neuropathy caused by chemotherapy drugs for pancreatic cancer.
Focus on Joy
Long-term survivor Marisa Harris shares her thoughts on surviving, thriving, and making the most of your time while in treatment.
AI Platform Reveals Hidden Biology of Tumor Formation
Dr. Laura Wood and colleagues are developing an artificial intelligence (AI) platform to identify tumors as they are forming.
Vigilance in Pursuing Symptoms Leads to Early Diagnosis
Jay Buth was very persistent in pursuing the reason for his symptoms. That lead to a diagnosis of early stage pancreatic cancer.
Integrative Oncology Explained
Dr. Santosh Rao believes in the value of integrative oncology, which treats the whole person, not just the patient.
Own Your Health Care Journey
Randi Ervin is a long-term survivor of PNET who stresses the importance of taking care of your mental health during ongoing treatment.
New Potential Early Detection Trial for Type 2 Diabetics
Dr. Anna Bergamaschi explains the new Avantect blood test for the early detection of pancreatic cancer in people with type 2 diabetes.
Reeducating Myself About Pancreatic Cancer
Martin Hynes knew all about pancreatic cancer–as a research director he worked on the development of Gemzar. He was able to have a Whipple and is doing well.
PRECEDE Trial Sets Survival Rate Goal
Dr. Raymond Wadlow explains how the PRECEDE trial aims to increase pancreatic cancer survival through earlier detection of high-risk people.
Using Humor to Face Pancreatic Cancer
Richard Liles has a stage IV pancreatic cancer diagnosis but feels it is very important to keep a sense of humor throughout.