Inoperable pancreatic cancer
15 August 2018
James shares his story of being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2016 and having treatment, including irreversible electroporation (NanoKnife®)
My symptoms escalated quite suddenly really. I’d started to become quite tired and began gradually losing my appetite – I didn’t think much of it and put it down to my age and physically demanding line of work.
8 August 2018
Peter, 58, was diagnosed with inoperable pancreatic cancer in 2018.
In April 2018 I ran the Stafford Half Marathon in 2 hours and 25 minutes. At 58 years of age I felt this was a quite an achievement. Since Christmas I felt that I was suffering from a re-occurring chest infection and started to feel more breathless when running.
4 April 2018
Updated September 2018
Maggie, 70, was diagnosed with inoperable pancreatic cancer in September 2016.
I had a health check in June 2015 and all was good apart from high calcium. I then went along to my GP because I was getting a lot of heart burn. I was sent for a stomach endoscopy on the 26th June which was clear. I was told by my GP not to eat so much spicy food so did nothing more.