I have a good friend that was just diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Does anyone know of a resource that is comparable to this site for pancreatic cancer patients?
Not nearly as good, but you might have your friend check out
Go to ACOR.org and choose pancreatic cancer. It's a forum (listserve) with a lot of useful (tho heartbreaking like this one) info. I've been a member since 1999 when my oldest son was diagnosed at the age of 36. He almost made it to his 38th birthday. Ann
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Thanks to you both. Ann, I'm so sorry for the loss of your son. May his memory be a blessing to you always.
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