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In memory stories

  • Martin

    1 October 2013

    Martin, 55 - diagnosed in 2012 with inoperable pancreatic adenocarcinoma - it all started one Saturday morning at the end of April 2012 after a particularly stressful few months at work, although with hindsight I should have taken more notice of the change in the colour of my urine and stools over the previous 10 days.

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  • Carl

    28 July 2013

    Carl, 38 - diagnosed in September 2012 with operable pancreatic adenocarcinoma - So, I guess there may be a few reasons why you are reading this, one reason is you have just been told you have pancreatic cancer and maybe its operable, another reason is one of your family members has been told that they have pancreatic cancer and you are doing research; it seems that it affects us all differently but here is my story.

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  • Steve

    4 March 2013

    Steve, 58, diagnosed in 2012 with inoperable pancreatic adenocarcinoma in the uncinate process.

    I had been working in Germany for over 30 years where our two Daughters were born and grew up. In June 2012 we made the leap and moved back to Wales...

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