The Pancreatic Cancer Journey Blog is our mini-journal about living with pancreatic cancer. It's honest, it's funny, it's heart-wrenching and it's real. Our life. Our Journey. With Pancreatic Cancer. Maybe you'll see something here to inspire you. We sure hope so. You will also find up-to-date postings and news on the pancreatic cancer fight.
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My dad was diagnosed in late January 2015. He turned 65 on March 20th and only 9 days later passed surrounded by all who loved him.I still can't believe
The hard, ugly truth about the battle with pancreatic cancer...
I need to say 'I Have Cancer' without everyone around me falling apart.
Join us for the first day of our 31 Day series...
Today begins our 31 Day series...a letter from the very trenches of the cancer journey. Join us to discover all the things the cancer patient needs you to know...It's Grace to share mom's heart.
My husband had the Whipples procedure July 13th 2015 at Addenbrookes, Cambridge, UK. He was lucky enough to be one of a very small number of people eligible
Rita, aged 73, was diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer in September 2014. Surgery was attempted but unsuccessful - had spread to liver. Chemo was attempted
My brother, Craig, was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer this past January (2015). It is August and he is still with us. However, his platelets have been
Hope for the darkest days of our journey...
Alaska! Words fail me...the pictures... just go immediately to the pictures!! Our Alaskan Adventure was more than we could have ever dared dream!
When the weight of the world has you pressed, we all need to know that a song can rise from the brokenness of our lives...
Adoption Day is here!!
I am a 58 year old American man living and working in Dubai. Mid 2014 I started getting diarrhea and losing weight rapidly, even though I have a robust
Lifting empty hands up in our Broken Hallelujah...
This has not been a good month...
Definitely not good.
Fostering 3 babies... a recipe for love and tears and lots and lots of diapers! A journey of faith, where love makes a family!
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