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Mary Gillam and her husband and three children standing in front of a Christmas tree.

I Have So Much to Live For

Mary Gillam knew that she had to fight after her pancreatic cancer diagnosis. She traveled to where she would get the best treatment and a clinical trial.
Long-term pancreatic cancer survivor Laurie MacCaskill surrounded by purple and white balloons

Embracing Optimism

Laurie MacCaskill is a long-term survivor of pancreatic cancer. She followed a personalized treatment plan, and focused her energy on remaining optimistic.
Pancreatic cancer survivor Nancy Nebenzahl and her husband, daughters plus one son-in-law, and four grandchildren, outside on a lawn

Thriving After Surviving Pancreatic Cancer

Nancy Nebenzahl, a sever-year survivor of pancreatic cancer, had a Whipple and a personalized treatment plan. She supplemented this with acupuncture and exercise to ease the side effects.
pancreatic cancer patient Linda Milazzo on the right, and her daughter on the left

Always Looking for a Cure

Linda Milazzo had a couple of bouts of pancreatitis before being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Read about her treatment path.
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.
Irwin Greenblatt, pancreatic cancer patient, and his wife Audrey

Hope and a Chance to Fight

Irwin Greenblatt just wanted a chance, so after Whipple surgery he agreed to join a chemotherapy clinical trial. His wife Audrey tells their story.
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