Focus on Joy
Long-term survivor Marisa Harris shares her thoughts on surviving, thriving, and making the most of your time while in treatment.
Using Humor to Face Pancreatic Cancer
Richard Liles has a stage IV pancreatic cancer diagnosis but feels it is very important to keep a sense of humor throughout.
Advocating for My Husband has Made the Difference
Nora Mendez had to learn how to advocate for her husband Hector to get him the best possible treatment for stage IV pancreatic cancer.
Going Outside Standard Protocol Changed Everything
Sharon Rockmaker was determined to have a Whipple procedure despite having stage IV pancreatic cancer, and she finally did.
A Changing Treatment Plan
Shawnee Daniels-Sykes and her doctors have been changing her treatment plan to match her stage IV pancreatic cancer.
Cherishing the Simple Things
Elizabeth O’Connor has a PALB2 genetic mutation so her stage IV pancreatic cancer has responded to immunotherapy.
My Unexpected Journey
With a stage IV pancreatic cancer diagnosis, Roger Peterson faces ongoing chemotherapy with FOLFIRINOX as his treatment.
Pancreatitis and Pancreatic Cancer
When Wayne was diagnosed with pancreatitis, the tests showed a very high likelihood of pancreatic cancer.
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.
A Second Opinion Leads to Hope for the Future
Leanne Pierce decided to go to a major cancer center for a second opinion after her pancreatic cancer diagnosis.
Taking Life with Pancreatic Cancer One Day at a Time
François has been taking chemotherapy for his pancreatic cancer treatment and living one day at a time, to make the most of his life.
BRCA Mutation Determines My Pancreatic Cancer Treatment
Chris Treubert started with one type of chemotherapy but when the results of genetic testing showed a BRCA mutation he changed treatment.
A Second Opinion Makes the Difference
Irma Infante refused to give up after a stage IV pancreatic cancer diagnosis. She went for a second opinion and better treatment options.