Find the Joy in Your Life Every Day
Long-term survivor Donna Robinson decided to focus on joy rather than fear during treatment for pancreatic cancer.
New and Wonderful Things
Long-term survivor Camille Moses updates Let’s Win on her activities as an advocate for research funding and patients in treatment.
What Is It Going to Take to Stop Pancreatic Cancer? A 10-Year Survivor’s Perspective
Survivor William Ramshaw reflects on the need for more research into treatments and early detection tests for pancreatic cancer.
Hope is Everything You Have
Long-term survivor Eric Borden believes in the importance of advocating for yourself with your doctors; if he hadn’t he might not be here.
Focus on Joy
Long-term survivor Marisa Harris shares her thoughts on surviving, thriving, and making the most of your time while in treatment.
Own Your Health Care Journey
Randi Ervin is a long-term survivor of PNET who stresses the importance of taking care of your mental health during ongoing treatment.
You Can Do Anything
Long-term survivor Jay Bozick carries the BRCA2 mutation, which has made newer treatments an option for his pancreatic cancer.
Early Detection Saved My Life
Martin Abrams and his daughter Tova have a family history of pancreatic cancer, so a screening program and early detection are paramount.
Standing on the Shoulders of Giants
When long-term survivor Tom Dinwiddie was diagnosed with stage IV pancreatic neuroendocrine cancer he found doctors willing to treat him.
A Second Opinion Saved My Life!
With encouragement from her husband, Janet McNabb went for a second opinion after a tumor was found on her pancreas.
Roxanne Waling is a long-term survivor of pancreatic cancer, and she credits her integrative oncology team for helping her through.
Looking Forward to Tomorrow
Earl Groce is a long-term survivor of stage IV pancreatic cancer. He credits the clinical trial he was on with giving him time.
Never Ever Ever Give Up
Lynne Holcomb turned to a clinical trial when standard treatment was not stopping her stage IV pancreatic cancer.
Another Chance at Life
Molecular profiling of long-term survivor Roy Vinke’s tumor and found a mismatch repair deficiency, which changed his treatment.
The Mother I’ve Always Wanted To Be
Despite a long struggle with pancreatic cancer, long-term survivor Elizabeth O’Connor wants as much time as possible with her children.