While pancreatic cancer is considered rare, there are many that have been impacted by this disease. Whether you are a patient, survivor or a caregiver, learn how others, like yourself, have been affected by pancreatic cancer and are now sharing their stories of strength and resilience.
On December 22, 2011, this 48-year-old father of three got news that would change his life forever. He was diagnosed with Stage III Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma. Eight years later, Jerry is able to tell us his story. Learn how Jerry became a “statistic of one”.
Ken, at the age of 54, was diagnosed with Stage III Pancreatic Cancer. Today, 8 years later, he is still surviving with an unresectable pancreatic tumor, advocating for others and “fighting the good fight.”
Pancreatic cancer screening may be beneficial for people who do not have symptoms, but have a higher chance of developing cancer. The goal is to detect cancer early, before symptoms appear, to improve chances of survival.