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pancreatic cancer survivor G. Paris Johnson in a purple PanCAN mask

What Will You Do With Your Dash?

G. Paris Johnson is a long-term survivor of pancreatic cancer. She is now focused on advocacy and making the most of her life, what she calls the "dash" between her birth and eventual death.
Long-term pancreatic cancer survivor Margie Goldsmith next to her bicycle

You’ll Get Through It

Margie Goldsmith has faced pancreatic cancer three times, and each time she has used her positive attitude to help her through treatment.
Long-term pancreatic cancer survivor Kenny Vickers and his family

Every Day is a Gift

Kenny Vickers traveled a long road to recovery after what he thought was an ulcer turned out to be pancreatic cancer. Now he is a long-term survivor.
pancreatic cancer survivor Enrico Crisafi and his wife

Don’t Be Silent

Long-term survivor Enrico Crisafi knew something was wrong for months before he got a PET scan and was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.
pancreatic cancer survivor Miggie Olsson and her husband Tom

Watch Me

Miggie Olsson was not willing to accept that nothing could be done for her stage IV pancreatic cancer. She was determined to be a long-term survivor.
long-term survivor Diane Borrison

Individuals Can Make a Difference

As a long-term survivor of pancreatic cancer Diane Borrison become a committed advocate for pancreatic cancer, because "I have been given a chance to survive this cancer when so many others were not."

You Can Beat the Odds

Richard Blish, a long-term survivor of pancreatic cancer, was directed to a clinical trial by his immunologist daughter. The trial saved his life.
pancreatic cancer survivor Amy Zaterman and her mother Margot

I’m Going to Beat This

Amy Zaterman is a long-term survivor who relied on her mother for support during treatment for stage IV pancreatic neuroendocrine cancer.
Long-term pancreatic cancer survivor Bill Shrieves and his wife Jean in front of a boat and dock

Hope and Support

Long-term pancreatic cancer survivor Bill Shrieves founded a nonprofit to bring more information about the disease to his rural community.
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