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pancreatic cancer patient Dean Jackson and his family at Grand Canyon

Go Live Your Life

After his pancreatic cancer diagnosis, Dean Jackson took his treatment of chemotherapy, radiation, and a Whipple procedure step by step.

pancreatic cancer patient Harry Sparks and family

Why ME?

Harry Sparks went for a second opinion after he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, and was able to have Whipple surgery.

Pancreatic cancer survivor Diane Borrison surrounded by her family

Thirteen Survival Years and Counting

Diane Borrison’s doctor consulted the experts at Stanford and University of California, San Francisco, to choose a treatment plan for her pancreatic cancer.

John Moisan, pancreatic cancer patient

A Routine Physical Saved My Life

John Moisan’s doctor noticed he had lost weight, and insisted he get an abdominal CT scan. His doctor’s insistence saved John’s life, because they found a pancreatic tumor.

Susan Zbacnik and her husband

Taking Nothing For Granted

After Whipple surgery and chemoradiation for pancreatic cancer, Susan Zbacnik had molecular profiling, genetic testing, and joined vaccine clinical trial.

Pancreatic cancer survivor Steve Merlin

A Clinical Trial Matches My Genetics

Steven Merlin learned that he carried the BRCA mutation after he developed pancreatic cancer. He researched and found a clinical trial for BRCA carriers.

Pancreatic cancer survivor Judith Zitiello

Making a Risky Choice

Judith Zitiello’s pancreatic cancer was wrapped around the hepatic artery, but she chose the laparoscopic Whipple procedure instead of chemotherapy alone.

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