August 15, 2012
This organization was extremely helpful to our family when my brother was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in his early thirties. They were a wealth of information to us and a great beacon of hope. When someone receives a diagnosis of pancreatic cancer it almost always comes with a short survival rate. There are a few that are lucky and beat the odds. PanCan does whatever they can to increase the chance of increasing those odds and give patient and caregivers hope. I have since become a volunteer and think the upmost of this organization. Please look up your local affifliate chapter, join in, and do your part to help know it fight it end it! You will be happy that you did! A diagnosis of pancreatic cancer leaves many feeling helpless but it is empowering to actually be able to do something about it! If not for yourself, your loved one, but for the countless others who are impacted by pancreatic cancer. I give this orgnaization an A+ for fighting for us all!
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