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pancreatic cancer survivor Sharon Simone and her husband

I’m Going to Live Every Day

Sharon Simone got a second opinion that led to a treatment protocol suited to her BRCA1 mutation. Now she is a long-term survivor.
Long-term pancreatic cancer survivor Randall Swan and his wife Lorri

Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff

Randall Swan says he could not have made it through pancreatic cancer treatment, including a clinical trial, without the support of his wife Lorri.
long-term pancreatic cancer survivor David Dessert

Sharing My Knowledge With Others

David Dessert knew his family carried BRCA2, and told his doctor after his pancreatic cancer diagnosis. This led to a better treatment plan.
Pancreatic cancer survivor Kim Vernick and her daughter

My Strength Comes From My Mother

Kim Vernick credits her mother for passing on the strength and positivity she has needed as a long-term survivor of pancreatic cancer.
pancreatic cancer survivor Joel Evans and his wife Linda

I Must Give Back

For Joel Evans, it was the unwavering support of his wife Linda that kept him going  through a Whipple procedure and chemotherapy.
long-term pancreatic cancer survivor Tom Bajoras playing the piano

We’re in This Together

Long-term survivor Tom Bajoras took his pain from treatment for PNET and turned it into music to inspire others who are struggling.
Long-term pancreatic cancer survivor William Ramshaw and his wife

I Can Really Do This

William Ramshaw suffered serious infections during treatment for pancreatic cancer, but grit got him through as a long-term survivor.
Long-term pancreatic cancer survivor Kenny Vickers and his family

Every Day is a Gift

Kenny Vickers traveled a long road to recovery after what he thought was an ulcer turned out to be pancreatic cancer. Now he is a long-term survivor.
pancreatic cancer survivor Enrico Crisafi and his wife

Don’t Be Silent

Long-term survivor Enrico Crisafi knew something was wrong for months before he got a PET scan and was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.
long-term survivor Diane Borrison

Individuals Can Make a Difference

As a long-term survivor of pancreatic cancer Diane Borrison became a committed advocate for pancreatic cancer, because "I have been given a chance to survive this cancer when so many others were not."
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