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.
Early Diagnosis, Great Doctors, and Prayer
Jennifer Lambert was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer while on vacation in Spain. She returned home for a Whipple procedure and chemotherapy.
Facing Ongoing Treatment for PNET
Robert Girdwain faces ongoing treatment for his PNET (pancreatic neuroendocrine tumor) but relies on his faith to see him through.
Following a Treatment Plan
As a retired oncology nurse, Virginia Wetcher knew she needed a good treatment plan after her pancreatic cancer diagnosis.
An Unexpected Diagnosis of PNET
Lisa Tayman was surprised to discover that the shoulder pain she had was from a pancreatic neuroendocrine tumor.
A Clinical Trial Saved My Life
Bob Minetti and his doctors believe that a clinical trial saved his life after a pancreatic cancer diagnosis.
Carefully Choosing My Doctor
Doris Bowdoin researched to find the best doctor for her pancreatic cancer. Now she advocates for others through the Witches of St. Andrews.
A Second Opinion Leads to a New Treatment Plan
Brad Kerr changed his pancreatic cancer treatment plan after getting a second opinion, and had neoadjuvant chemotherapy before his Whipple.
Surviving Pancreatic Cancer and Embracing Life
Joel Evans’ endocrinologist was concerned so he sent him to get tested for pancreatic cancer. It was caught early enough for a Whipple procedure.
Long-Term Survival After Grueling Radiation Treatment
Long-term pancreatic cancer survivor Steven Yedwabnick endured a long protocol of radiation and chemotherapy after a Whipple surgery.
A New Clinical Trial Leads to No Evidence of Disease
After pancreatic cancer diagnosis, Shannon Magee became patient 1 in a new clinical trial that combined chemotherapy and a Whipple procedure.