Let’s Win Pancreatic Cancer Survivors Series—Year Six
Join Let’s Win’s long-term survivors as they share their uplifting stories of treatment, resilience, and life after pancreatic cancer.
What Is Pancreatic Cancer?
Learn more about the main different types of pancreatic cancer–adenocarcinoma and pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors.
Let’s Win Pancreatic Cancer Launches an Updated Platform
Let’s Win Pancreatic Cancer has launched its new website, with more ways for patients and caregivers to find important information they need.
When Helene Avraham-Katz was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, she and her family made the decision to fight it with everything they could.
Summer Safety for Pancreatic Cancer Patients
In the heat of the summer, pancreatic cancer patients face summer safety challenges so they don’t overheat, burn, or exhaust themselves.
Whatever It Takes To Get Through This
Pancreatic cancer long-term survivor Joel Weiss was treated in New York because the treatment he wanted was not available in Canada at that time.
I Didn’t Expect to Be Doing This
Sheila Sky Kasselman, a long-term survivor of pancreatic cancer, started a foundation to help others after recovering from Whipple surgery.
Let’s Win! Pancreatic Cancer Survivors Series—Year Five
Every year, long-term survivors share their inspiring stories about surviving pancreatic cancer and thriving after.
I’m Still Here
As a five-year pancreatic cancer survivor, Angella Dixon-Watson considers it her mission to educate others about this disease.
I Made It
Long-term survivor Carolynn Kiel lost her mother and sister to pancreatic cancer, so she learned to stay vigilant,
Let’s Learn Webinar on Clinical Trials on October 28th
Join Let’s Win for a webinar on the Importance of Clinical Trials, to learn more about participating in a trial as part of treatment.
Surviving and Thriving
When long-term survivor Chris Joseph found out his tumor had a specific defect it changed his treatment plan.
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.
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.
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.