Let’s Win! Pancreatic Cancer Unveils Spanish-Language Website To Connect Latinos With Pancreatic Cancer Information, Resources, And Community
Let’s Win! Pancreatic Cancer announces a Spanish-language platform to connect the Latino community to pancreatic cancer resources in Spanish.
Let’s Win Rings the Nasdaq Closing Bell for Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month
Let’s Win marked Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month by ringing the closing bell at the Nasdaq Stock Market on Monday November 12, 2018.
Just Continue to Fight
Roberta Luna has been fighting pancreatic cancer for 15 years. She lost both her parents, her uncle, and her grandmother to the disease but she keeps on fighting.
There Is Hope for Everyone
Lee Ringuette is a 17-year pancreatic cancer survivor who changed doctors, underwent two surgeries, and grueling chemotherapy.
Let’s Win Receives Biden Cancer Initiative FIERCE Award
Let’s Win! Pancreatic Cancer Foundation is the inaugural winner of the Biden Cancer Initiative FIERCE Award for “Leadership through Exemplary and Awesome Purpose (LEAP).”
Pancreatic Cancer Organizations Join in Mourning Aretha Franklin
Let’s Win and the Elvin Howard, Sr. Pancreatic Cancer Advocacy Foundation join in mourning Aretha Franklin, and to raise awareness of pancreatic cancer.
Don’t Believe the Odds
Anne Seagren is a long-term survivor of pancreatic cancer. Chemotherapy shrank her tumor and made her eligible for a Whipple procedure.
Nurse Navigators Provide a Guide for the Pancreatic Cancer Journey
Are you overwhelmed by your pancreatic cancer diagnosis? Patricia Gambino explains how a nurse navigator can help you through the treatment process.
One More Day
Jose Lucero is a six-year pancreatic cancer survivor. Despite an initial prognosis of one year to live, he went for a second opinion, which saved his life.
Going the Extra Mile for Treatment—or Not?
Should you go to a larger cancer center or stay closer to home at a smaller hospital? Learn about the pros and cons of each option.
Living is Getting Back Up
Laurie MacCaskill is an 11-year survivor of pancreatic cancer. Her doctor put her on a personalized treatment plan, and she stayed as positive as possible.
As Each Day Goes By
Marc is living with stage IV pancreatic cancer. He knows he is never going to be cancer free, but he wakes up every morning knowing he has another day to live.
Yolanda L. Jackson’s Story
Yolanda L. Jackson is a long-term survivor of pancreatic cancer. She worked throughout her treatment, despite side effects, and is now living her life with a “new normal.”
Reimagining the Possible: A 20-Year Survivor of Pancreatic Cancer
Marisa is a 20-year survivor of stage IV pancreatic cancer as of Spring 2018. She focused on those who defied the odds, and now she is thriving.
Finding Your Own Hope: A Seven-Year Survivor of Pancreatic Cancer
Nancy is a 7-year survivor of pancreatic cancer. Watch the video to hear what she says about battling pancreatic cancer and being a long-term survivor.