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Roberta and Vic Luna in shades of purple, with other people behind them.

Just Continue to Fight

Roberta Luna has been fighting pancreatic cancer for 15 years. She lost both her parents, her uncle, and her grandmother to the disease but she keeps on fighting.
Lee Ringuette and his wife in a boat fishing on a lake

There Is Hope for Everyone

Lee Ringuette is a 17-year pancreatic cancer survivor who changed doctors, underwent two surgeries, and grueling chemotherapy.
Anne Seagren and her husband in their kitchen

Don’t Believe the Odds

Anne Seagren is a long-term survivor of pancreatic cancer. Chemotherapy shrank her tumor and made her eligible for a Whipple procedure.
long-term pancreatic cancer survivor Jose Lucero and his white horse

One More Day

Jose Lucero is a six-year pancreatic cancer survivor. Despite an initial prognosis of one year to live, he went for a second opinion, which saved his life.
Long-term pancreatic cancer survivor Laurie MacCaskill surrounded by purple and white balloons

Living is Getting Back Up

Laurie MacCaskill is an 11-year survivor of pancreatic cancer. Her doctor put her on a personalized treatment plan, and she stayed as positive as possible.
Marc Binder, a pancreatic cancer survivor, and his wife sit in red Adirondack chairs overlooking water and more land

As Each Day Goes By

Marc is living with stage IV pancreatic cancer. He knows he is never going to be cancer free, but he wakes up every morning knowing he has another day to live.
Yolanda L. Jackson in profile looking out on New York City.

Yolanda L. Jackson’s Story

Yolanda L. Jackson is a long-term survivor of pancreatic cancer. She worked throughout her treatment, despite side effects, and is now living her life with a "new normal."
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