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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.
Brigitte Regnier and her husband read a book together while seated on a sofa.

Picking the Right Team

Brigitte Régnier found a treatment team that was using an unusual approach of giving chemoradiation before surgery for pancreatic cancer.
Mary Gillam and her husband and three children standing in front of a Christmas tree.

I Have So Much to Live For

Mary Gillam knew that she had to fight after her pancreatic cancer diagnosis. She traveled to where she would get the best treatment and a clinical trial.
Kayi Lewis, her husband Ron Lewis, and granddaughter at the beach

Tougher Than Cancer

I started having abdominal pain, but in mid-January it got so bad I had to go to the emergency department…

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.
Roxanne Waling, five-year pancreatic cancer survivor posing on her river cruise through Europe.

Listen to Your Body

When Roxanne Waling discovered she had pancreatic cancer she underwent genetic testing. She found she was a BRCA2 carrier, which influenced her post-treatment decisions about her health.
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