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jimnsherry
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Hello, I am wondering if there is a place to find out the longest surviving Pancreatic Cancer survivor. I am doing great myself since 1/2005 Whipple. I thank God for my blessing. I am looking forward to getting through five years, only 3 1/2 years to go, so I was wondering if anyone has contact or knows any Pancreatic Cancer survivors of 5 years or more, it would be nice. THANKS

dasaborner
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Joined: May 2005

Hang in there. My wife had the Whipple at Memorial Sloan Kettering on 2/17/03. Now, 3 1/2 years out and scans continue to be clear. Anxiety heightens with coming of each scan, now every 6 months. Our oncologist, Dr. Jeremy Kortmansky, left Sloan this year and now practices in New Haven, CT. Therefore, we switched to be with him in his new practice.

However, the question you need to ask is what the Whipple was performed for. Was it a tumor in the pancreas, or was it out side the pancreas in one of the ducts? The protocol is the same.However, the long range outcomes will be widly different. Otherwise, your search for survivors has no meaning. My wife's tumor was at the Ampular of Vader, not in the pancreas. Good luck to you in your recovery.

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jimnsherry
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Yes, Mine was also the AMPULLAR OF VADAR, I am encouraged greatly by your answer, thanks.

dasaborner
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Joined: May 2005

Wow. You have got to get a hold of this article, made available by a friend in June, 2003, or 4 moths after Alice's surgery. I'll give you the details of where to find the research. Here is the statement of hope:

"This review focuses on the management of periampullary pancreatic adenocarcinoma that is localized and resectiable. Althought patients with this subset of tumors constitute only 15% to 20% of patients with pancreatic cancer, these are the only pancreatic cancer patients for whom treatment is clearly curative in intent. Wow!

Article is: Therapy for Localized Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma: One, Two, or Three Modalities?
By Peter W.T. Pisters, MD, Vincent J. Picozzi, MD, and Ross Abrams, MD. Address reprint requests to Peter W.T. Pisters, MD, Department of Surgical Oncology, Unit 444, The University of Texas, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, 1515 Holcombe Blvd, Houston, TX 77030-4009. email: ppisters@mdanderson.org

jawsjr51
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Joined: Dec 2007

I am about to undergo the Whipple Procedure. Can you tell me from your experience what I will face? I have a 3 cm muscinuos cyst in the head of my pancreas. PET scan shows potential for caner around the outer rim of this cyst. I am a 56 year type 2 diabetic in outerwise good health.

bkr31
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Joined: Mar 2008

I hope you are doing well....I am sure you have had your procedure by now. I had mine done almost a year ago....i made it 6 mo with no signs of growth and now i am hoping to make it to one year....I am 31 years old and had a tumor the size of a softball at the head of my pancreas...the whipple was tough and i had complications such as my wound did not heal like it was supposed to and i had to have a wound vac for many months...I developed a blood clot in my lung and was in the hospital for a week and then on blood thinner for 6 months....but all in all i feel so much better now...i will say a prayer for you and i hope you are doing well!!!

sheila_1968
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Joined: Aug 2012

I had the whipple surgery April 20, 2012. I was in the hospital for 9 days afterward. What to eat and how much to eat is a slow and can be a painful process. Everything has been rearanged in there and it takes some time for it to work some what normal again. I have lost a lot of weight that is normal. Only eat really small amounts, like the size of a baby food jar, if that at times. I had some constipation and diarrhea and also If you don't stay on the diet they give you, you could get really sick and its not fun. I am now going on my 5th week of chemo. I get a week off and then I do 5 weeks of 5 days a week of radiation. At the same time I will have a chemo pump that pumps constantly. Then again a week off and 3 more months of chemo. I have the best doctor (surgeon) in the world and I hugged him for saving my life after surgery. You will be ok and if you take real good care of yourself and really watch carefully what you eat that is so important, you will be ok. I wish you all the luck in the world and I will pray for you.

Scarolinagirl29
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Joined: Feb 2013

Hi, I just had the whipple surgery and I am having a time with getting nauseated a lot during the day, could you help me by letting me know what I am doing wrong and tell me what kind of foods did you eat, thank you !

westiefriend
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Joined: Jul 2012

Likewise, I'm in SCarolina, just south of Charlotte. 

I take a prescription whose generic name is Raglan 30-60 min before a meal; that helps a lot.

My other suggestions would be to eat lightly, and don't drink a lot of liquid just before or during meals.

westiefriend.

fatt
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Joined: Apr 2013

Hello, could you kindley tell me who your Doctor is? I have a 34 yr old brother who has been diagnosed with advanced (5cmx2cm) but locally confined pancreatic cancer. He is being seen by an oncologist and a surgen at Vanderbilt University Hospital in Nashville TN. They told him that they can not operate on him because of blood vessles involvement. They told him that he should go through Chemo first in hope of shrinking it(only 30% reponse rate). I would like him to get a second opinion before going through with it. I just don't know a very good surgen that he can see.

I glad to hear that you are improving and on your way to recovery. That gives me hope.

Mary_2
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Joined: Oct 2013

My husband has the very same thing.  He has just finished chemo and radadtion.  We have to wait 5 weeks for a PET and EUS.  How is your brother doing?

 

artmel
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Joined: Jan 2014

my mom has the same.How is your brother doing today?

waynec
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Joined: May 2005

I was diagnosed in March 2000. My tumor was in the duodem not the pancreas. Dr. Laws said it was only the second time in 40 years he had seen it in this spot. Could not take the tumor out. It was embedded in the major blood vessels. Have two recurrency in the past six years. The first time in one lymp node and last year in the same lymp node and then the original tumor started to grow again. Back on 5Fu. Hope everything goes well.

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jimnsherry
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Joined: Jun 2005

thank you for you reply, even though you are having a tough time of things, I wish you well, and hope you are doing better now then back in July. Thanks

chief
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Joined: Mar 2004

I will hit the 5 year mark in May of next year. Doing well.

alternativeonco...
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Joined: Dec 2009

I am glad you are well. My mom was just diagnosed. Do you know of any resources for alternative oncologists in the Milwaukee, WI area or just a resource board?
thanks

pinoangel96
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Joined: Jan 2010

im in wisconsin i dont know of any alternative however i have a great oncologist and great surgeon i go to the clinical cancer center at froedtert, feel free to contact me if u have any questions, i just finished my chemo jan 5th, im am concidered cancer free

saturn58
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Joined: Feb 2012

i just joined this site and saw that you were a patient at the froedtert cancer center, i am also a patient there getting
chemo for my pancreatic cancer.
thanks saturn58

BrianC2012
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Joined: Nov 2012

My wife is a pancreatic cancer patient at Froedert in Milwaukee also, diagnosed on Dec 31 of 2011. She has an unresectable tumor in the the tail. A second opinion from CTCA in Illinois confirmed diagnosis and the suggested treatment. She underwent 12 weeks of chemo and did quite well. she didn't lose too much hair and her ca19-9 dropped from around 500 to around 10. Very little nausea. We opted to go to the Procure proton treatment center in Warrenville, Ill. After 33 sessions of proton treatment, with no side effects, she has done well except for trying to maintain her weight. We found the Dietary/nutritionist support at Froedert was not a resource, and there are no naturopaths in the Milwaukee area to help out so we are struggling to work out dietary issues. Her first CT scan after treatment showed 50% reduction in the tumor and her CA19 markers well within the normal range. She feels good and is quite energetic despite an occasional bout of numbness in her feet and depression (we both do) from having to deal with all of this. Any unusual ache or pain sets off an alarm. She has her next scan in a few weeks..The spiritual support from our church family has been a big factor for both my wife and I. We'll keep you posted.

Jjacobs0816
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Hello there, My mom was diganosed with pancreatic cancer on Sept 04, she went through radiation and chemo. Her cancer was in the duodem also! It was unoperable b/c of the attachment to the main artrey! Altough I do believe that her treatments prolonged her life. She battled cancer for 2 and half years! She just passed away in May 2006 and now I know that she is a true survivor!

I know that really doesnt count for you trying to find the longest surviving pacreatic survivor.

Jessica

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jimnsherry
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thank you for your reply, and your mom had to be a real trooper. My wife's mother battled cancer for 2 and half years (lung) and I know my wife was in a lot of pain watching mom go through this. Condolences on your mom, and thank you for replying. god bless your future.

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MadelynJoe
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I saw your post regarding pancreatic cancer and the anguish your wife went through with her Mother. I want her to know that strides are being made in Lung Cancer research every day. I should know because I am almost a 5 year NSCLC survivor (May 2005 - May 2010) with no evidence of disease. My Mother also passed away 20 years ago from lung cancer.

Have you seen any info anywhere regarding pancreatic cancer clinical trials? I have a friend that is inoperable and we will try almost anything at this point.

God bless you both.

Madelyn

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MadelynJoe
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I saw your post regarding pancreatic cancer and the anguish your wife went through with her Mother. I want her to know that strides are being made in Lung Cancer research every day. I should know because I am almost a 5 year NSCLC survivor (May 2005 - May 2010) with no evidence of disease. My Mother also passed away 20 years ago from lung cancer.

Have you seen any info anywhere regarding pancreatic cancer clinical trials? I have a friend that is inoperable and we will try almost anything at this point.

God bless you both.

Madelyn

2005david
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Surgery done @ MD Anderson, Aug.2006. Report in Feb. 2011 shows still cancer clear. Are there others my age, 84, black male that are survivors?

blackmumbo
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Joined: Sep 2011

Dear 2005david, I have a dear friend recently diagnosed with pancreatic cancer who had the Whipple operation. He is now going to MD Anderson and wants me to find a survivor who can talk with him. I promised him a church today to find survivors. He needs encouragement. Can you help?

lmeis2002
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Joined: Dec 2011

Hi blackmumbo,
I was recently diagnoses with pancreatic cancer and had the whipple operation 7 weeks ago. I am starting my chemo regimens next week. I will also have radiation in about 3 months. I don't know if I can help, but would like to try..maybe we can help each other. sounds like we are pretty much going through the same thing.

kimmiller
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Joined: Dec 2011

My boy friend was recently diognosed with stage four pacreatic cancer surgery cannot be done they put a stent in his liver he is only fortyseven yrs old now i praying chemo and radiation will shrink the softball size tumer he has .he is realitivly healthy.these stories hav given me hope

jmhiggins
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Joined: Oct 2012

My mom was diagnosed toward the end of August. Stage 2. Doing 2 kind of chemo first, then radiation, the hopefully her tumor shrinks enough to do the surgery. I am very scared. Have any of you used the combination chemo treatment with Gemzar and Cistlatin? This is what she is getting right now every 2 weeks for 4 weeks. I haven't been able to find this combination on the internet. Also, have any of you been treated in New Mexico. Thanks so much for any information you can give and God bless.

jmhiggins
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Joined: Oct 2012

My mom was diagnosed toward the end of August. Stage 2. Doing 2 kind of chemo first, then radiation, the hopefully her tumor shrinks enough to do the surgery. I am very scared. Have any of you used the combination chemo treatment with Gemzar and Cistlatin? This is what she is getting right now every 2 weeks for 4 weeks. I haven't been able to find this combination on the internet. Also, have any of you been treated in New Mexico. Thanks so much for any information you can give and God bless.

artmel
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Joined: Jan 2014

my mom has the same situation, but they doing combination of Gemzar and Xeloda.Well, we still fighting.

toribear28
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Joined: Oct 2009

Did you mom give up on life at all? My mother was diagnosed last Christmas and they cannot take it out. She was told that it would be "quality over quantity" and that she would be undergoing chemo the rest of her life. Recently though it feels as if she is just giving up on life. I don't know what to do - if anything. I know if she would try to enjoy what time she has left then she would last longer. But to get her in that mindset, I have no clue. What did you do with your mother in the days of illness? In the good days? I can't seem to get her to go outside at all, except to Dr. appts. I can't even seem to get her to shower anymore, or to put on makeup and to feel good about herself. I just want to help, but ultimately I don't know how. If you have any suggestions, it would be greatly appreciated.
Tori

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MadelynJoe
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I had a friend that suffered with inoperable lung cancer that did the same thing your Mother is doing. He cried all day long and couldn't get it together sad to say. She lived a whole year past her diagnosis and I just wish she could have "made some happy memories" with her husband and kids instead of retreating into herself.

I know how hard cancer can be because I am close to being a 5 year survivor of lung cancer and I have no evidence of disease in my body. New things are happening every day.

Ask the social worker at your Mother's oncologist office about clinical trials, transportation to a major cancer research hospital (MD Anderson, Sloane-Kettering, etc.)

God bless you and your family,

Madelyn

a.sherman
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hey,
so im sorry your mom didnt make it, im gonig through my grandpa fighting pancreatic cancer. the doctors gave him weeks to live its now been over a year he was diagnosed christmas eve 2008, its really hard to see him go through it adn the doctors gave him no hope to live they said chemo would give him a couple weeks at the most but he would be sick the whole time. he is still always sick and tired and hurting.

what i am wondering is how did you do it, i go to sleep each night wondering if my grandpa will make it through the night and wake up every morning praying he did adn will make it another day. its not easy and i know he isnt my father but he has acted like it adn has been there for me more then my dad or mom, i just dont know how to keep dealing with it and if there is anyway to help him????

i know this doesnt help anyone wondering who the longest survivor is and i would like to know also but cant figure it out yet.

-audrianna

jawsjr51
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Joined: Dec 2007

I am about to undergo the Whipple Procedure. Can you tell me from your experience what I will face? I have a 3 cm muscinuos cyst in the head of my pancreas. PET scan shows potential for caner around the outer rim of this cyst. I am a 56 year type 2 diabetic in outerwise good health.

SATTERMAN1
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Joined: Aug 2008

I had my whipple done on 07-08-08. i was in hospital for 3 weeks. i am at home now recooping. i am sore. where my jp was it still leaks i have a large bandage over it. the doctor thinks it's an infection ????. on meds for it. just went to oncologist yesterday, boy did not know just how much doctors don't know about ampular cancer. my tumor was at the base of my duct. doctor said i caught it early. oncologist said caught early and more then likely all gone, even though it invaded two nodes. however she recommended 5 types of chemo for 6 months 1 day a week. i go in for pet scan next week even though i'v had three mri's and ultras in past three month. i pary for all and all with this cancer...john

B Selvakumar
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I underwent whipple's surgery for pancreatic cancer on 26.12.2007 apollo hospital, chennai, India and I have survived a year without much of a problem. The lab tests of the parts removed revealed that it was neuro endocrine carcinoma on the head of pancreas. it had not affected the lymph nodes. I have not gained much weight after the surgery. I am on insulin. I would like to know more about NEC and also survival after whipple.

B.Selva Kumar
03.01.2009

lindamccb
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In 2006 it was discovered that I had grapefruit-size pseudopapillary tumor of the pancreas(began in the head). A whipple was performed to remove the extremely rare tumor which had spread to my stomach, spleen and ovaries. I did not have to have chemo or radiation because removal of the tumor removed the cancer which was contained inside of it. However, in November, 2008, it was discovered that the original cancer had metastasized to my liver. In December, a liver resection and radiopathy were performed to remove the new tumors. I am doing well, but because this is such an extremely rare type of cancer, and one which can but seldom metastasizes, my oncologist is struggling with a post op course of treatment. Originally he told me that I would have an aggressive course of chemo and possible radiation. Now he has ruled out radiation and is conferring with doctors around the US who may have treated this type of cancer and what they would suggest. The waiting game is tough but at least I am cancer free once again, and the prognosis is very good.
If anyone has information on this type of cancer, experience with treatment of it, I would very much like to hear about it.

Meanwhile, keep your spirits up because there are many survivors out here like me who are pulling for you and have you in our prayers.

Linda Mcc-b

liaky30
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hi,
i just want to say that i have the greatest respect for people that go through this.My father in law was diagnosed 3 weeks ago.they told us that it was just a tumor on his pancreas but then when he had surgery we were told that they could not go through with the surgery becuse the tumor spread to the walls of the stomach and a small stamp on his liver.This is concidered stage 4 right?We have been told that right now the best thing to do is to start thermodynamic therapy combined with chemotherapy.Is there a chance that the cancer cells could go away with this therapy?Do you know if there is a possibility that they could operate on a patient with this prognosis?We still cannot beleive that this is happening.He was the most healthy person i know,never had a cold in his life.He is 50 years old and has so much to live for.Seeing your story has given me so much hope.....

mmacmonagle
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I was told before my surgery that if they found cancer on my liver at the beginning of my surery that they would not proceed with the whipple because they could never remove all the cancer and it was best to heal up so I could begin chemo. Fortunately for me that wasn't the case.

There is always a chance the chemo will get rid of the cancer so go for it! My prayers are with your father in law.

Vinnie8736
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Hi liaky30,

 

My dad too had stage 4 that spread to liver and close to kidney area as well.  Its tough to see him in pain and I try my best to keep him motivated to fight it and find as much option out there as possible to fight this.  He just doen his 8th Chemo and at first he was getting better but however the scan show it hasn't shrunk much and the liver lesion got bigger so we doing clincial trial now and hope for the best and pray for it.  I assume the post you have is way old just wondering if your dad still around today.

liv78
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Hope your dad is doing fine. My mum  just diagnosed with Pancreatic cancer. I am trying to find some support here to see what can be done to help her.

 

Any comment or help would be appreciated.

liv78
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Joined: Aug 2013

Hope your dad is doing fine. My mum  just diagnosed with Pancreatic cancer. I am trying to find some support here to see what can be done to help her.

 

Any comment or help would be appreciated.

Vinnie8736
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Joined: Apr 2013

Hope everyone is still doing okay.

luis30pm
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Joined: Feb 2013

My mom had a similar situation.  Tumor in the bile conduct was removed through a whipple procedure.   One year later, dr. found nodules in the liver.   I am wondering how are you managing.

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Pluggan
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I had a whipple done in 2000 after a diagnosis of PC.......I shall paste in a letter I wrote to Milo's corner (a page associated with pancreatica.org)......this page is specifically for follow up of Whipple survivors....Hello
I thought I had seen and explored every pancreatic cancer site in the universe, but I had never seen one solely dedicated to Whipple veterans. I am both impressed and relieved!
I am an eight year survivor, having had my procedure in April 2000. I had been diagnosed with PC only 4 weeks before surgery, and pre-op biopsy from brush cytology showed tumor to be non-malignant and confirmed with sample obtained during surgery. It became apparent that I did not have PC, classically at least, but what I call necrotizing pancreatitis ,in that due to a probable protein blockage, pancreatic enzymes became activated......I have been informed that 8-10% of tumors are found to be such.
This essential difference makes quite a difference in presentation.......instead of hepatic infection and mild pain I had 4 or 5 massive attacks of abdominal pain, each of which I felt I'd never survive. I add this in order to ask of any commonality with other Whipple "veterans". I was and am alcoholic, though sober since Nov. of '99......the Whipple being one hell of way to modify one's behavior. (I had fought alcoholism, though, most of my adult life). I also had a GP who knew me well, and was ready to believe my descriptions of pain, since after the first hospital admittance nothing conclusive was found having ultrasound, MRI, and cat scan. The subsequent ERCP gave the PC diagnosis.
My recovery, in retrospect, was without incident.......but only in retrospect, as I'm sure you understand! I returned to work about 2 months later and worked until my retirement in 2007. I stayed working 2 years after my earliest retirement date, but left then to enjoy a bit of life......a decision prompted by the Whipple experience, but also in course of my railroad work (exactly 1 year post-Whipple, April 2001) I was involved in a major train derailment where I was thrown through a wall of a passenger car that had become the point of impact with a concrete foundation during the derailment. I needed no further challenge to my mortality......and once again in retrospect .....I suppose that hastened my retirement decision!
Now eight years later, as I'm sure you understand, it all seems to have happened to somebody else. There are uncanny similarities, however, to the described incidents.....the most prominent being survivor guilt. And, as you have indicated, there's not much of a community of numbers. Much like the rapid education just prior to the Whipple regarding one's own anatomy.....you quite accurately describe the subsequent on going education!
I am involved, however in a local group "craigs cause" www.craigscause.ca , a site developed by the daughter of a PC patient, who died from complications shortly after his Whipple.
I am a 58 year old male and have lots of questions and perhaps an odd answer or two, to life post whipple and consider myself fortunate to have stumbled across your site.
Isn't it strange though when well meaning folks comment on how "lucky" you are.......I just nod, while I secretly believe that if I were that "lucky" I would never have needed a Whipple in the first place, and never took the train that day!!

Fortunate yes........lucky no!!

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MadelynJoe
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My friend (a 51-year old single Mom with a 15 year old son) has inoperable Pancreatic Cancer and we are looking for clinical trials. Have you seen anything promising out there? She cannot have surgery because the tumor is on the duct going toward the kidneys and their is a pleural effusion on top of the tumor. She also does not have insurance because she could not afford COBRA when she lost her job. We're working on that with Medicaid.

Any help would be apprciated.

Madelyn (5 year lung cancer survivor)
My husband Joe is a 7 year prostate cancer survivor!

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Pluggan
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Just wondering why Pancreatic Cancer is not listed on the main page, but rather under rare (which it is not) and other cancers.....I don't mean to be "picky" but often PC patients consult web pages in an urgent way after diagnosis and could easily go on to another site when their cancer is not a prominent display. Thanx!

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jimnsherry
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In answer to your question of why isn't Pancreatic Cancer on the main page, well I hated it too when they changed it. It used to be a main category and when it was changed to be under Rare and other cancers I felt hopeless. Here I am freaking out about Pancreatic Cancer and all of a sudden this cancer which is killing my husband is insignificant. How can they do that to me? But there it is, nothing I can do about it. I don't think you are lucky, I think god has decided to give you his grace, use it in good health. Sherry

SueBIE2
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Joined: Oct 2004

I wondered that too when my husband was diagnosed with Stage IV Pancreatic Cancer. I didn't have time to do a full search of the site when there were many more available websites to research. He only survived 23 days. Diagnosed 15 August 2008 - passed 7 September 2008. This desease SUCKS!!!! We need more research on PC.

LindaNuc
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Joined: Mar 2009

Hi SueBIE2,
My heart goes out to you. My husband was just recently diagnosed with stage 3 pancreatic cancer. How did he pass away so quickly? Where all had the metastisies spread to? What was his age? I am so sorry that your time was so limited.
LindaNuc

tysox45
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Joined: Mar 2009

My grandpa had the whipple procedure done about 15 years ago. I was young at the time and did not understand the dire prognosis of pancreatic cancer. If I did I would surely have more details for you. He had his procedure done in Boston MA. The cancer never returned. He had a host of other unrelated complications that should have done him in, but no more cancer. He is on life support and dying from a massive stroke as I am writing this, so that would make him a survivor for about 15 years. I will try to find out more from my family in the coming days, and would be happy to share. It will help me feel better about his passing knowing his survival story could be an inspiration to somebody else. I know that sounds corny but I am having a difficult time coping. One thing I can tell you about my grandfather is that he was a stubborn man. He would swear that the sky is green. Maybe he had this attitude about the cancer's chances of killing him.

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