Early Diagnosis, Great Doctors, and Prayer
Jennifer Lambert was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer while on vacation in Spain. She returned home for a Whipple procedure and chemotherapy.
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.
Family, Friends, Hope, Strength, and Prayer
Susan Wells had chemotherapy but her treatment took a detour into more chemo and a clinical trial before she had a Whipple procedure.
Going Two Rounds Against Pancreatic Cancer
Anthony DelRusso has battled pancreatic cancer twice, first with chemo and a Whipple, and again with a total pancreatectomy and radiation.
You Only Have One Life to Live
Tom Stachler traveled from his home in Michigan to an expert surgeon in Wisconsin to have Whipple surgery for his pancreatic cancer.
Picking a Clinical Trial for Pancreatic Cancer Treatment
When Robert Weker was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, he believed a clinical trial was his best chance of reducing the tumor enough for a Whipple.
Facing Life’s Challenges
The first time John Sherry faced pancreatic cancer he had part of his pancreas removed; the second time he had a Whipple procedure.
A Simple Blood Test for Early Detection of Eight Cancers Shows Promise
Dr. Anne Marie Lennon explains the CancerSEEK blood test, a liquid biopsy in clinical trials for early detection of eight cancers, including pancreatic.
Chemotherapy to Survive; Fitness to Thrive
Mike Levine switched oncologists to find chemotherapy that works on his pancreatic cancer. After that he was able to compete in the Ironman Triathlon.
Very Fortunate to Have the Whipple
Six years after surgery to remove an IPMN neoplasm, Rosemary Buden found out she had pancreatic cancer and needed a Whipple procedure.
Pancreatic Cancer Caught Early by Chance
Sandra Wilke chose her pancreatic cancer treatment of chemotherapy and pancreatectomy with an eye to her quality of life. She joined the tumor registry to learn more and help others.