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portrait of pancreatic cancer survivor Margie Goldsmith

Kicking Pancreatic Cancer’s Butt

When Margie Goldsmith was diagnosed with an IPMN she made it her goal to beat that pancreatic cancer. It took two more tries but she did it.

Rosemary Buden, long-term pancreatic cancer survivor

Very Fortunate to Have the Whipple

When I was 71, I was diagnosed and treated for an intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasm (IPMN), a type of pancreatic tumor that starts out benign but normally eventually becomes cancerous. I went from my home in Albuquerque, New Mexico, to MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. On October 28, 2002 I underwent a distal subtotal…

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