Pancreatic Cancer Diagnosis, Prevention, and Treatment
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Story of Hope: Michael Weisz
By Tuly Weisz
Although I am not usually one to share intimate details in a public setting, I feel that it is important to be able to share a message of hope and optimism. The day after my sister's wedding in Jerusalem, my sister told my father that he didn't look well, to which he replied with a joke about feeling sick from paying the wedding expenses. However, we all then noticed that my sister was right. Once home, my Dad scheduled a doctor's appointment, which led to an exam, which led to a test, which led to the terrible diagnosis: pancreatic cancer. Fast forward to chemotherapy followed by surgery at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia with Dr. Chabot.
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Update on the Recalcitrant Cancer Research Act
Annual Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Day