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Read about the treatment experiences of pancreatic cancer survivors, including what worked, the doctors or facilities they worked with, and more.
Michael Bailey felt his world turn sideways after a diagnosis of acinar cell pancreatic cancer. He had a pancreatectomy and chemotherapy.
When long-term survivor Tom Dinwiddie was diagnosed with stage IV pancreatic neuroendocrine cancer he found doctors willing to treat him.
Robert Gamble thought he had a stomach bug, but it turned out to be pancreatic cancer. He needed surgery and chemotherapy.
With encouragement from her husband, Janet McNabb went for a second opinion after a tumor was found on her pancreas.
Roxanne Waling is a long-term survivor of pancreatic cancer, and she credits her integrative oncology team for helping her through.
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After Martin Abrams lost two siblings to pancreatic cancer, he made sure he was screened regularly because of his family history.
Earl Groce is a long-term survivor of stage IV pancreatic cancer. He credits the clinical trial he was on with giving him time.
Sharon Rockmaker was determined to have a Whipple procedure despite having stage IV pancreatic cancer, and she finally did.
Shawnee Daniels-Sykes and her doctors have been changing her treatment plan to match her stage IV pancreatic cancer.
Lynne Holcomb turned to a clinical trial when standard treatment was not stopping her stage IV pancreatic cancer.
Robin Schroeder was an avid runner before her pancreatic neuroendocrine tumor diagnosis. Now she’s back competing in half-marathons.
Reesa Levy traveled to find the right pancreatic cancer doctor for her, and then joined a clinical trial for a vaccine.
Molecular profiling of long-term survivor Roy Vinke’s tumor and found a mismatch repair deficiency, which changed his treatment.
After his pancreatic cancer diagnosis, Dean Jackson took his treatment of chemotherapy, radiation, and a Whipple procedure step by step.