When Julie Lopp was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer 19 years ago, the survival rate was somewhere between three and five percent.
But Julie said to herself, “Somebody’s got to be part of that number,” and she focused her energy on treatment and recovery, bringing as much joy as she could. After chemotherapy and surgery, her doctor said, “Go and live your life.” And that is what she has done.
What are the symptoms of pancreatic cancer?
I have just been diagnosed.
What should I do?