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pancreatic cancer survivor Angella Dixon-Watson and her family

Gift of Another Breath

Angella Dixon-Watson is grateful for her treatment team and the support of her family as she faced pancreatic neuroendocrine cancer.
pancreatic cancer survivor Enrico Crisafi and his wife

Confidence in My Treatment

After he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, retired 9/11 first responder Enrico Crisafi found a doctor he believed in, and who believed in him.
Pancreatic cancer patient John Sherry and his wife, in sunglasses

Facing Life’s Challenges

The first time John Sherry faced pancreatic cancer he had part of his pancreas removed; the second time he had a Whipple procedure.
Pancreatic cancer survivor Jacqueline Sims-Mayes

Blessed to Be Here and Healthy

Jacqueline Sims-Mayes is blessed to be a pancreatic cancer survivor. She relied on her faith to see her through a difficult recovery from Whipple surgery.
Pancreatic cancer survivor Ed Duncan on the water of San Francisco bay, with the Golden Gate Bridge in the background

Don’t Ignore Your Symptoms

It took Ed Duncan a long time to recognize that the symptoms he had added up to a very serious disease: pancreatic cancer.
Long-term pancreatic cancer survivor Laurie MacCaskill surrounded by purple and white balloons

Embracing Optimism

Laurie MacCaskill is a long-term survivor of pancreatic cancer. She followed a personalized treatment plan, and focused her energy on remaining optimistic.
Laboratory test tubes filled with clear liquid and sitting in a rack lit with green and purple lights

A Liquid Biopsy for Pancreatic Cancer

Dr. Bert Vogelstein and his team at Johns Hopkins are working with a blood test called a liquid biopsy, which tests cells for mutations related to cancer.
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