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Pancreatic cancer survivor Dr. Robert Wagar and his wife

My Journey with Pancreatic Cancer

Dr. Robert Wagar lost both parents to pancreatic cancer. When his wife found an article about a surveillance study he had an MRI, which found a lesion.

pancreatic cancer patient Robert Hessler

Using the Lessons of Recovery in my Pancreatic Cancer Treatment

It was mid-August of 2020 when I began experiencing severe acid reflux and felt a stabbing pain in my stomach. The pain felt like someone was stabbing me in the stomach with a knife. A CT scan in October detected a tumor in my pancreas. I had a biopsy in December and was diagnosed with…

Pancreatic cancer patient Dennis Rues, his wife and grandsons

A Clinical Trial Gives Me Hope

When Dennis Rues’s pancreatic cancer recurred, his doctors recommended that he join a clinical trial. Now he’s doing well.

pancreatic cancer patient Abby Pezzulo and her family at a Lustgartern Walk

Tomorrow Is a New Day

Abby Pezzulo was an active young working mother when she was diagnosed with a pancreatic neuroendocrine tumor.

pancreatic cancer patient Rita Krueger, her husband and their dog

Choosing the Right Doctor

Rita Krueger made an important decision that changed her pancreatic cancer treatment when she got a second opinion.

Pancreatic cancer patient Virginia Wetcher and her husband

Following a Treatment Plan

As a retired oncology nurse, Virginia Wetcher knew she needed a good treatment plan after her pancreatic cancer diagnosis.

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