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pancreatic cancer patient Abby Pezzulo and her family at a Lustgartern Walk

Tomorrow Is a New Day

Abby Pezzulo was an active young working mother when she was diagnosed with a pancreatic neuroendocrine tumor.

pancreatic cancer survivor Angella Dixon-Watson and her family

Gift of Another Breath

Angella Dixon-Watson is grateful for her treatment team and the support of her family as she faced pancreatic neuroendocrine cancer.

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 patient Amy Zaterman and her husband Sean Seltzer

Planning for My Future

Amy Zaterman was 30 when she was diagnosed with stage IV PNET, but she found a doctor who believed in her and never gave up.

Pancreatic cancer patient John Sherry and his wife, in sunglasses

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.

Pancreatic cancer survivor John O'Grady standing in front of a purple and white quilt he made

Surviving Pancreatic Cancer and Inspiring Others

I was 53 years old, exercised regularly, and had a healthy lifestyle. My PCP suggested the pain was being caused by my gall bladder and told me to lay off fatty and greasy foods. I did and the pain subsided. Between 2008 and July 2010 I kept to a fat-free diet and added more exercise.…

pancreatic cancer survivor Miggie Olsson and her husband Tom

Each Person Is a Statistic of One

When Miggie Olsson was diagnosed with stage IV pancreatic cancer she opted for a science-based unusual treatment plan to have a chance at survival.

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