Beacons Of Hope And Inspiration
Pancreatic Cancer Patient Stories
Our list of pancreatic cancer patients stories are of valiant warriors that share their stories to bring awareness to pancreatic cancer. Many patients are long term survivors that have defied the odds well beyond twenty years. Their experiences will resonate will within the community to help people know how help avoid getting this dreadful disease. They share their stories to give other patients hope and inspiration.
These patient stories carry the torch of awareness and crucial knowledge on how to be vigilant. Why it is so important to know the symptoms of pancreatic cancer. To be assertive with general practitioners to help avoid misdiagnosis. To know the risk factors of pancreas cancer. To realize that pancreatic cancer is hereditary and that inheriting certain gene mutations can predispose people to the risk of pancreatic cancer. To know your family history of cancer and when to consider genetic counseling and genetic testing. Read how to reduce the chances of getting pancreatic cancer.
We encourage other pancreatic cancer patients to share their experiences and journey with pancreatic cancer why everyone should become their own best health care advocate.
Song Warrior. Written and performed by Alyssa Bonagura.
Dedicated to those with the will to live and the courage to fight.
Why We Share Pancreatic Cancer Patient Stories
To Share Hope. Raise Awareness. Inspire Vigilance. Help Extend Quality Life.
Quicken The Pace To An Eventual Cure
Treatment of cancer is not “one-size-fits-all”. Today personalized precision treatment is more targeted. Genetics, family history of cancer, gene mutations, and differing effectiveness of one’s own immune system. DNA is uniquely different. Exposing individual makers through testing enables oncologists to design customized treatments that may be more effective for a particular patients. And participating in clinical trials should be a consideration for many reasons.
Personal pancreatic cancer patient stories each are uniquely different. Many are initially misdiagnosed making second opinions absolute. Pancreatic cancer symptoms are very vague and often don’t present until the cancer has already spread. We must be vigilant. We have to become our own best healthcare advocates. We have to become more assertive with general practitioners. Many clues can be found in our patient stories that may give other patients newfound hope.