In memory stories

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Sue & Mike

13 May 2022

Sue tells us about her husband, Mike, who experienced some rare side effects during his treatment for pancreatic cancer. Mike passed away at home with his family around him in 2021, aged 74.

A blonde woman, Sharon, is shown smiling and in her carer's uniform.
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April & Sharon

7 April 2022

April shares the story of her mum, Sharon, who passed away from pancreatic cancer aged 60, after a few short weeks in hospital. She tells us of their shock at losing Sharon so quickly.

Paul and Sharon on their wedding day
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Sharon & Paul

19 November 2021

Sharon shares the story of her husband Paul, who passed away at home with his family aged 51, just weeks after being diagnosed.

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Sammi

27 September 2021

Sammi was 34 when she was diagnosed, and pregnant with her first child. She talks about getting a second opinion, having treatment with chemotherapy, Nanoknife® and the Whipple’s procedure, and reflects on her journey.

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Carol

30 January 2020

Carol was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer when she was 49. She shares her experience of having surgery and chemotherapy

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Teresa

14 November 2019

Teresa was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2018 when she was 68, she had a Whipple’s procedure and chemotherapy

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Liz

11 March 2019

Liz shares her story of having surgery within 12 days of her pancreatic cancer diagnosis

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Andy O

12 February 2019

Andy was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2018, he had the Whipple’s operation and chemotherapy

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Peter B

8 August 2018

Peter, 58, was diagnosed with inoperable pancreatic cancer in 2018

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Maggie

4 April 2018

Maggie, 70, was diagnosed with inoperable pancreatic cancer in September 2016

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John

1 August 2017

John was diagnosed in 2012 with operable pancreatic adenocarcinoma, and shares his story.

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Ruth

25 July 2016

It came as a complete shock to me and my family when I was diagnosed with Stage 3 locally advanced inoperable pancreatic adenocarcinoma at the start of November 2015.