1 December 2011
Updated October 2015
Susan, 57 - diagnosed with a neuroendocrine tumour of the pancreas
I visited my GP in late March with a stomach upset that wouldn’t go away. I had a gastroscopy within a week. The GP thought I had stomach ulcer. The results were ‘inconclusive’.
1 April 2011
Updated August 2017
Paul, diagnosed in 2006 with inoperable adenosquamous cell carcinoma of the pancreas, rendered operable by chemotherapy and chemo-radiotherapy.
I'm Paul Morris, aged 57. I'm married with two daughters (19 & 17) and two stepsons (21 and 26). I live in Nottinghamshire and for the 31 years up to 2006 worked for a multinational computer manufacturer. I have generally been fit and healthy, not smoked and drink socially.