Stories about operable pancreatic cancer
These stories are from people who could have surgery to remove their cancer.
Robert went to his GP suffering from nausea and was quickly diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, aged 59. He talks about getting treatment and taking part in a clinical trial.
John & Cath
Cath’s husband, John, was diagnosed in 2020 and had surgery followed by chemotherapy. A year on, they’re feeling positive and looking to the future.
Trevor was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2014. Almost seven years on, he shares his experience of having Whipple’s procedure and chemotherapy and keeping fit and well.
Michael was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2016. He had surgery and chemotherapy and shares his experience and recovery.
Geoff shares his experience after being diagnosed with Ampullary adenocarcinoma in 2018
Simon was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2017, when he was 42. He shares his experience of having surgery and chemotherapy
Carole was diagnosed with operable pancreatic cancer when she was 41. In 2019 she celebrated 10 years since her diagnosis
Wendy was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2006. 2018 marked 12 years since her diagnosis
Miriam shares her experience of being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer when she was 86 years old.
Tom was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer when he was 61. He shares his experience of diagnosis, surgery, and recovery
Tom shares his experience of being diagnosed with operable pancreatic cancer when he was 42
Zoe, 42, was diagnosed with operable cystic carcinoma of the pancreas in 2017.