Life During Treatment
I’m a Person, Not a Diagnosis
Burt Rosen discusses his life with PNET, making sure he is a person, and more than his diagnosis.
Calming the Storm of a Pancreatic Cancer Diagnosis
Social worker Angie Heller and caregiver Richard Cohen describe ways patients and loved ones can focus on what matters most after diagnosis.
Pancreatic Cancer and Drug Interactions: What You Need to Know
Pharmacist Trevor Christ emphasizes the importance of sharing your medication list with your medical team and pharmacist.
Stay Fit During Cancer Treatment
Researcher Christina Dieli-Conwright discusses the benefits of exercise during pancreatic cancer treatments, and ways patients can stay fit.
Summer Safety for Pancreatic Cancer Patients
In the heat of the summer, pancreatic cancer patients face summer safety challenges so they don’t overheat, burn, or exhaust themselves.
Mental Health and Pancreatic Cancer
Dr. William Breitbart provides tips for your mental health during pancreatic cancer treatment, and an explanation of who can provide help.
The Power of Therapeutic Laughter
Dr. Suneel Kamath and pancreatic cancer patient Sandy Robis discuss the important role of laughter in cancer treatment.
After a Pancreatic Cancer Diagnosis, Know Your Benefits and Rights
If you have been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer you are likely entitled to certain benefits under law. Read more to learn the details.
Where Caregivers Can Turn When they Need Support
Social worker Lauren Shaffer provides information about how and where caregivers for pancreatic cancer patients can get support and help for themselves.
Be Prepared: Putting Together an Emergency Preparedness Kit
Anne Ireland outlines the important things a cancer patient should keep in an emergency preparedness kit in case of natural disaster or pandemic.
Chemotherapy in Comfort
Oncology nurse Heather Hannon helps you sort out what’s best to bring to treatment so you have your chemotherapy in comfort, and pass the time peacefully.
New Study Focuses On Supportive Oncology Care At Home
Dr. Ryan Nipp is exploring the value of supportive oncology care at home for pancreatic cancer patients in a pilot clinical trial.
Handling the Changes Cancer Brings to Your Lifestyle
Drs. Sunil Hingorani and David Zhen discuss ways to handle lifestyle changes including work and diet during pancreatic cancer treatment.
Traveling with Pancreatic Cancer
Drs. Sunil Hingorani and David Zhen outline the ways to make traveling with pancreatic cancer easier if you are in treatment.
Psychosocial Oncology: Helping Patients Manage Stress During Pancreatic Cancer Treatment
Psychosocial oncology uses the creative arts to help pancreatic cancer patients manage stress during treatment, explains Dr. William Breitbart.