To all of you who know someone who is fighting this dreadful disease, know someone who has passed on, or may even be fighting this battle yourself... I hope you find some comfort here at this site, whether it be an article, a link, or even a picture. My heart is with you, for I have lost my dear sister Janel who was only 42 at her passing October 26th, 2009. This young woman never drank alcohol or smoked a day in her life. She was a third degree brown belt in karate and only lived for three days following her diagnosis. I encourage everyone to support research and funding for this silent killer.

Monday, March 5, 2012

Care That Never Quits...

Pancreatic Cancer Prognosis

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Over Five Years Later:
A Survivor’s Story

When pancreatic cancer survivor Peggy was told there was no hope, she refused to give up and came to CTCA.
Conventional wisdom often says that the pancreatic cancer prognosis is not a good one. Conventional wisdom also says that cancer can't often be beaten, but we at Cancer Treatment Centers of America know that conventional wisdom can be wrong.
When your doctor gave you the initial pancreatic cancer prognosis, it may have erred on the side of caution. No one wants to give false hope, yet no one wants you to walk away from your initial pancreatic cancer prognosis feeling that there is no need to do anything further. Yes, the pancreatic cancer prognosis may be serious, however, the pancreatic cancer prognosis is not without hope.
At Cancer Treatment Centers of America one of the most valuable things we can give people who are dealing with a less than optimistic pancreatic cancer prognosis is hope. Call 800-487-3526 or click here to chat with on Oncology Information Specialist online about your pancreatic cancer prognosis. We can start you on the road to more effectively dealing with your pancreatic cancer prognosis.

Pancreatic Cancer Prognosis: There is Hope

When you first received your pancreatic cancer prognosis, you most likely had a lot of questions. Some were as basic as "Will I survive?", others may have dealt with best treatment options, post treatment care, and life after treatment. At Cancer Treatment Centers of America we've dealt with all those questions and more. We are dedicated to giving you the most optimistic pancreatic cancer prognosis possible. We won't give you false hope, but we will give you hope. Hope that your initial pancreatic cancer prognosis can become brighter. Hope that your pancreatic cancer prognosis doesn't mean an end to life as you know it. Hope that, working together, we can find ways to bring health and healing to your initial pancreatic cancer prognosis.
Call 800-487-3526 and speak with an Oncology Information Specialist today. Healing and hope may be as close as a phone call. Your initial pancreatic cancer prognosis was not written in stone. You may have the power to change that prognosis for pancreatic cancer. Cancer Treatment Centers of America is ready to be your partner in making that change.

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