Andy Lyons lost many family members to pancreatic cancer. With such a family history he knew to be proactive and get screened regularly.
Pancreatectomy surgery to remove her cancer was Donna Robinson’s goal, despite having one of the largest tumors her doctors had ever seen.
Mike Emerson underwent a pancreatectomy followed by two years of chemotherapy and radiation but he’s enjoying life now.
With a family history of pancreatic cancer, Jay Bozick discovered he carries the BRCA2 mutation, which directed his treatment.
Michael Bailey felt his world turn sideways after a diagnosis of acinar cell pancreatic cancer. He had a pancreatectomy and chemotherapy.
After Martin Abrams lost two siblings to pancreatic cancer, he made sure he was screened regularly because of his family history.
Reesa Levy traveled to find the right pancreatic cancer doctor for her, and then joined a clinical trial for a vaccine.
Dr. Ira Sharp knew that his best bet for surviving pancreatic cancer was to look for clinical trials as part of his treatment.
Distal pancreatectomy is another type of surgery used to remove tumors. Learn more and if you may qualify for this surgery.
An inspiring story of faith about patient Robert Girdwain who is facing ongoing treatment for his PNET (pancreatic neuroendocrine tumor). Learn more here.
Elizabeth O’Connor has a PALB2 genetic mutation so her stage IV pancreatic cancer has responded to immunotherapy.
When Wayne was diagnosed with pancreatitis, the tests showed a very high likelihood of pancreatic cancer.
After his pancreatic cancer diagnosis, Michael Whalen searched for someone willing to treat him with chemotherapy.
Rita Krueger made an important decision that changed her pancreatic cancer treatment when she got a second opinion.
Anthony Del Russo has battled pancreatic cancer twice, first with chemo and a Whipple, and again with a total pancreatectomy and radiation.