Thirteen months ago, a sudden diagnosis of pancreatic cancer turned our lives upside down and sideways. Over all these months of chemotherapy, Doug has remained positive, upbeat, and determined to live his life as normally as possible. We are tremendously thankful for the many prayers being lifted up for him--and that he has continued to feel well. Doug still has so much volunteering, traveling, gardening, and grandfathering to do!
This relentless disease has the lowest survival rate of all major cancers, but recent research has led to better treatments. We need to continue (indeed, speed up) this momentum to save lives.
Please help us rewrite the future of pancreatic cancer by donating today.
Every donation helps the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network continue its work to create better outcomes for patients and their families. By donating to our team, you can support vital efforts to double pancreatic cancer survival by 2020.
This is a crucially important race: research vs. time.