After struggling from pancreatic cancer, the loss of a friend, being born when I was just a baby, 9/11,8/11, and 7/11, surviving a fatal car crash, being shot at five times, losing my will to live, and being cancelled on Twitter, I have finally worked up the courage to post my tits on Reddit.
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'Jeopardy' host Alex Trebek dies at 80 due to pancreatic cancer abc13.com/entertainment/j…
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Siegfried Fischbacher of famed magic act 'Siegfried & Roy' dies of pancreatic cancer at 81 nbcnews.com/news/us-news/…
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The entire time since the Pandemic we were trying to protect my grandma from Covid. Only to find out she has stage 4 pancreatic cancer. She has 6 months to live. Such a fuckin cruel joke...

A couple of months ago, covid already took someone in our family who was only 40 something.

Everything is just weighing down.

Edit: Thanks for the comforting comments. Appreciate it. I just went to go see her. She’s lost alot of weight and she has a hospice bed now. I never seen her so frail. If this had to happen, I wish it could have waited another year. It’s already been hard enough. Now we gotta watch someone we love deteriorate right in front of us. Im at least thankful that she’s not suddenly taken away with no chance of saying goodbye my uncle who died of covid.

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I lost my Dad to pancreatic cancer back in November. He was a huge fan, and he’s the reason that I love Tolkien too. I inherited his copy of the trilogy. I miss him so much but it makes me feel close to him reading through the copies that he read through.
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My dad is an old stoner, several states away right now undergoing treatment for pancreatic cancer. Turned him this one hitter as a little surprise reddit.com/gallery/luqzgn
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Alex Trebek Dead at 80 After Battling Pancreatic Cancer tmz.com/2020/11/08/alex-t…
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A keychain I had made for my wife shortly after we got married. Sadly, she passed away last year from pancreatic cancer. Thankfully though, I'm not lost and found myself again through our daughter
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'ICU grandpa' who won hearts by snuggling babies dies from pancreatic cancer nbcnews.com/news/us-news/…
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(from Pearl Jam) A keychain I had made for my wife shortly after we got married. Sadly, she passed away last year from pancreatic cancer. But I found myself again through our daughter
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Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson dies after 2019 pancreatic cancer diagnosis usatoday.com/story/travel…
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Any interest in fostering this sm/med girl for a little while while her owner recovers from pancreatic cancer surgery?
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A large number of proteins interact with the hormone insulin as itβ€˜s produced in and secreted from the beta cells of the pancreas In this image, captured by researchers at @ScrippsResearchInstitute, the interactions of TMEM24 protein green and insulin red in pancreatic beta cells are shown in yellow
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Does pancreatic insufficiency go away ?

I have recently started taking enzymes because my pancreas is not working correctly. Can it return to normal ?

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Hey Robert’s mom was just diagnosed with pancreatic cancer so let’s show him a little support!! Hope your mom beats it Robert!
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Pancreatic cancer fears

How many of you have gone through the pancreatic cancer HA scare? Ive been really focused on my left upper quadrant and it feels like a dull ache that comes and goes. Almost like a spasm and when I press it feels kind of like a stinging pain...

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a boring pancreatic dystopia
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This man continued to host Jeopardy even with stage 4 pancreatic cancer. RIP to a legend.
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Pancreatic Cancer at 41

I've been lurking here since early January and wanted to share my story and thank you all for your posts, which have been helpful to me.

In early November, my wife brought home COVID from the nursing home she works at. I tested positive and thankfully only had very mild symptoms - mostly GI issues. After Thanksgiving, I began experiencing abdominal pain and lots of burping. My discomfort seemed to move around from my back to my side to my stomach. I even told my coworkers "Well, since the pain moves around, at least it isn't something like cancer". My annual checkup was scheduled for December 8 so I decided to just talk to the doctor about it then. I assumed it was some weird effect from COVID.

At that December 8 appointment, he ordered some X-rays, which didn't show any anomaly and I returned the following week for an ultrasound. My wife had her annual checkup scheduled with the same doctor on December 21 so I asked her to mention to the doctor that I was still experiencing pain. She did and he ordered a CT scan to be done on January 4 and planned to refer me to a GI doctor. Then, basically everything shut down for the holidays.

On December 27, I did a telehealth visit via MDLive and that doctor assumed it was reflux and prescribed omeprazole. On New Year's Eve, I went to an urgent care who thought it was stomach cramps and prescribed something else that I never filled. On January 3, I couldn't take it anymore. I went to the emergency room.

Let me tell you that the week following Christmas was not exactly the week to visit the ER. Like in the nativity story, there was "no room at the inn". I was placed in a waiting room, called back into a random office for blood work, then into another random office for a EKG. The place was utterly chaotic. Then I was giving oral contrast for a CT scan. They couldn't do IV contrast because there was nowhere to place me with an IV. They couldn't do that in a waiting room. I finally had the CT scan after about 6 hours of being in that waiting room. About 10 minutes after the CT scan, I was grabbed and given a bed in the ER. I knew something was terribly wrong. I figured I was about to have an emergency appendectomy or gall bladder removal.

The PA then came in and told me that he would not tell me this unless he was confident and he also expressed confidence in the radiologist. He told me I had pancreatic cancer. My tumor is 4cm x 4cm and I also have multiple lesions on my liver. I had to deal with this news

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Low-carbohydrate diets and the risk of pancreatic cancer: a large prospective cohort study β€” In conclusion, low-carbohydrate diets, regardless of the type of protein and fat, are associated with a lower risk of pancreatic cancer in the US population. Jan 2021

https://academic.oup.com/carcin/advance-article/doi/10.1093/carcin/bgab006/6106538

Low-carbohydrate diets and the risk of pancreatic cancer: a large prospective cohort study

Published: 22 January 2021 Article history Cite Permissions Share Abstract Low-carbohydrate diets have become a popular approach for weight loss in recent years. However, whether low-carbohydrate diets are associated with the risk of pancreatic cancer remains to be elucidated. Hence, we examined the association of low-carbohydrate diets with the risk of pancreatic cancer in a US population. A population-based cohort of 95962 individuals was identified. A low-carbohydrate-diet score was calculated to quantify adherence to this dietary pattern, with higher scores indicating greater adherence. Cox regression was used to calculate risk estimate for the association of the low-carbohydrate-diet score with the risk of pancreatic cancer. Subgroup analysis was used to identify the potential effect modifiers. After an average follow-up of 8.87 years (875856.9 person-years), we documented a total of 351 pancreatic cancer cases. In the fully adjusted model, the highest vs. the lowest quartiles of the overall low-carbohydrate-diet score was found to be associated with a reduced risk of pancreatic cancer (hazard ratioquartile 4 vs. 1: 0.61; 95% confidence interval: 0.45, 0.82; Ptrend<0.001). Subgroup analysis found that the inverse association of low-carbohydrate diets with the risk of pancreatic cancer was more pronounced in individuals aged β‰₯65 years than in those aged <65 years (Pinteraction=0.015). Similar results were obtained for animal and vegetable low-carbohydrate-diet scores. In conclusion, low-carbohydrate diets, regardless of the type of protein and fat, are associated with a lower risk of pancreatic cancer in the US population, suggesting that adherence to low-carbohydrate-diets may be beneficial for pancreatic cancer prevention. Future studies should validate our findings in other populations.

Low-carbohydrate diets, pancreatic cancer, primary prevention, prospective study

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I once almost lost my baby from a bad pancreatic infection almost two years ago. I'm ready to talk about it to bring awareness.

My cat Derp is the love of my life. He has saved me in so many ways; in so little words, I felt that I was ready to give up, until he entered my life. I was on bedrest for three months with a severe foot injury, which occured the same day my grandpa passed away. It was a mess, I was a mess, and he helped mend my broken heart.

Fast forward to the week before my wedding. Derp started acting "off" - the first time was numerous throwing up in the same night. He has had pretty intense hairballs in the past, but I was immediately concerned. My husband said we could get him in first thing in the morning. I laid awake with him on the floor all night, as he kept readjusting, seemingly uncomfortable (this was another thing that concerned me). It was really late, and the overnight emergency room near us didn't really validate my fears, and stated a doctor couldn't be in for another hour, and that all they could do was do a very broad investigation that same night, and tests would wait until tomorrow. We had decided to go to our vet because we trust and love our office.

The next morning was torture until they woke up. I brought Derp in, and at this point, he had the following symptoms; dazed over/unfocused eyes, not calling to his name (he always does), overall just distant behavior and it broke my heart. They decided to keep him for fluids and testing. As a new bride, I was already on edge, but this sent me on a spiral.

I waited by the phone. They did an xray on him, and sent me the xrays first before calling me. (Here are those):

http://imgur.com/a/SMIHqoi

I got a call I dread to remember to this day. My boy was really, really, really sick. They were unsure if he would make it. I started in hysterics. This is my boy! My entire heart and soul. How could I miss this? I felt like the worst possible parent in the world. The vet assured us that 1) a few hours wouldn't have made a difference, his pancreatitis was severe. 2) that it made sense it seemingly happened overnight. This is a horrible illness that shows up, and by the time we see symptoms manifested, it was too late.

Our vet went into immediate action. She assured a now (bawling) me that they would do their best. I begged them to do anything and everything to keep him alive. I pleaded, I assured them I would give them every cent to my name to exhaust all options.

They began doing daily ultrasounds, blood tests, and more. I hated being away from my baby. It was days at this point, and his pancreas was

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Taking Creon (pancreatic enzymes) into Japan

I'm planning on visiting the country for 3 to 4 weeks in 2022. Unfortunately late last year my pancreas decided to stop working, this means that I have to take capsules with everything I eat, 2 with a snack 4 or 5 with a meal. So ill need to take about 400 to 500 if I'm going to be in the country for that length of time. I can see that the drug is approved in the country I'm just a bit worried that I'll get to Japan and they'll question why I need 500 large capsules and even worse confiscate them, If I eat without taking them I get the shits so this would be a disaster. Is there any steps I can take before to make sure this doesn't happen? I'm also a bit concerned about openly popping pills everytime I eat something in public over there, will I get funny looks?

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Hi , I'm 18 years old and recently I have blood tests with High bilirubin and live enzymes... I'm very afraid that could be pancreatic cancer.. Im gonna do a CT SCAN

I'm very afraid of Pancreatic cancer... If They found that I have this cancer , Im not gonna do the chemotherapy , Im gonna accept my death.

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Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson has died after pancreatic cancer fight cnn.com/2021/02/16/busine…
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44 y/o Dad has Stage 4 pancreatic cancer

Writing this on behalf of my stepdaughter and stepson. Their bio-dad was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer. As you can imagine, things have gone absolutely sideways.

He's a good man. Nobody deserves this and that applies to him twice as much.

The full back story and where we're at is in the GoFundMe page. We are chasing down every possible avenue to secure care for him.

GoFundMe link

Family, friends, and friends-of-friends have already stepped up in wonderful ways, but we still need help. We would appreciate any charity any kind souls might have for a good person dealt a bad hand.

We would also appreciate any experience working through the indigent health care systems in Texas. We seem to be in this crack between the systems. The federal marketplace insurance system expects the state to provide him Medicaid and the state is telling him to go pound sand. Of course, they're telling us that very slowly such that it's delaying getting access to the marketplace. If you've walked this path before us and have any experience to share, we would be grateful for that as well.

Thanks in advance for your consideration, πŸ¦†

Edit - Verification - imgur

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A spell for my grandmother who is currently dying from pancreatic cancer. 4 weeks ago she was given 3 months, today we don’t know if she will last the week. I love her more than anything and hate her being in pain and so far gone. Spell details in comments.
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First Time Posting - Father Passed from Pancreatic Cancer

Hello guys,

I have been lurking on this sub for a few weeks now. I have decided to start posting because maybe my experience can help some of you. It will also help me in my grieving process surely. I am 26, my father passed away from pancreatic cancer on February 2nd. It has been the hardest thing I have ever had to deal with. We always had a complicated relationship, but over the last years he became my best friend.

I will summarize briefly the events that led to his passing. Back in December 2019 we found out the news. I was devastated, I was living in another country at the time and it killed me not being able to be there. He did chemo and by September 2020 he had the big surgery. Everything went perfectly fine, doctors believed they were able to remove all of it. I flew to my home country in December 2020 to see him, on the day that I arrive we find out the cancer had spread to the liver. Chemo was set to start on January 3rd, but he had a liver infection and had to stay in the hospital for almost 8 days, I stayed by his side most of the time. By the time the infection was gone, he was too weak to do chemo and we were told this was it. From then, 2 weeks passed until he left us.

Aside from the physical deterioration, what still haunts me are the last 3 days before his death where he was either asleep, or delirious. He did not recognize me. I was unaware these were things happen prior to death. I said goodbye to him while he was asleep in the morning, and on the way to the airport he passed. I turned around and went back to be there to support my mom.

I type this because I don't have many people around me that have been through this. I am just 26. But on this sub I found out many my age, and even younger. I been through all the stages, the victories, the defeats, the nights in the hospital, the anger at the universe, the giving up, the glimmers of hope. I will start posting on this sub about these topics.

Feel free to chat to me, or just let me vent. Whatever goes :) My native language is Spanish if that is more comfortable for some of you.

Hope you all are staying strong! The only way is forward.

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My Dad was just diagnosed with stage 1 pancreatic cancer. He’s weeks away from surgery and months out from chemo. The doctors feel good about his situation, but I want to do everything I can to help. Would he get any kind of benefit, protective or otherwise, from using marijuana at this point?

I apologize if this is the wrong sub to post in. I’m feeling a little knocked sideways and have never been good at standing idle when something bad happens. I guess this is my attempt to be proactive. Is there any type of benefit for my Dad to use marijuana, perhaps edibles? I think he’s a secret smoker anyway, so I don’t worry about him being agreeable to try. Could someone direct me to some research or even anecdotal evidence of a beneficial strain or dosage for either preventing spread or helping with chemo later on? Sorry if this feels desperate I’m just processing. Thanks

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So I woke up this morning and I realized I don’t have end stage pancreatic cancer.

What a shame.

What a good dream. I would KISS the floors of hospice if I was admitted.

How does one get pancreatic cancer around here? I want it. If you have it, can I have it? I’ll take it from you if you don’t want it.

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2018 Prelim Report from Erasmus Ampligen Study in Pancreatic Cancer Showed Very Promising Results. 27% of Patients had stable disease or metastatic disease regression. Final & Full Data Publication Soon. Final Data Reported Ampligen Overall Survival 19 months vs control group 12 months.
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Fundraising for my mom’s funeral expenses. She’s passing away soon from Pancreatic Cancer. reddit.com/rpan/r/distant…
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My grandpa always told me since I was young that one day I’d have this Jeep. After battling pancreatic cancer for 3 years, my best friend and father figure, passed away last year at the age of 68. Forever grateful to have had him in my life and the memories we’ve had working on this Jeep
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Hey, question regarding pancreatic cancer of a close person

I have a close person with pancreatic cancer with metastasis on the spine. It was recently diagnosed because the spine cancer broke a bone and her pain is almost unbearable. Beside that the cancer isnt anywhere else and she doesn’t have any symptoms aside from the pain from the broken bone

With my research, I see it is sadly almost impossible to survive, can anyone give me an educates guess on how long approximately does a person live after this?

Asking that because it doesn’t affect me too much but I know people that will be destroyed with this and I want to be ready to help them

Thanks for reading this and sorry if it is insensitive, love for you all <3

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My dad was recently rushed to the hospital due to Pancreatic Cancer, and now he is taking opioid shots every 1 hour for the past 10 days... when will the effects of opioids stop helping him?

I love my father and he is currently in severe pain. He has a 10cm tumor in his pancreas, and his bile duct and gall bladder have been obstructed. The operation currently failed 3 times because the tumor is in an unusual place, and it was too risky. Doctors kept switching, and dates keep moving, He has yet had a successful surgery, but the doctors are nice enough trying to help him, to prolong his life by a little more.

So about opiates. It's been 10 days now and my dad has been given opiates every hour to relieve his pain. When the doctors give him opiates, he wants more of it, because he cannot stand the pain.

My question is how many more days of using this drug because the effects are not working anymore, I read online it said 7-10 days.... Can this drug work on him for more than those days, say 100 days? I really hate seeing him in pain. Can they keep increasing the dosage? Or for example start with morphine then all the way up to fetanyl, and then all the way up to Carfentanil**?**

On fetanyl, can you even think and talk properly?

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Update: thank you everybody ❀️ for sharing great information about my worries with opioids.

After my dads initial visit to the hospital, 12 days later, they realize that the pancreatic cancer was too big, 8cm, and have been spreading all over his body, really fast.

My father has past away yesterday, and I love my dad for eternity, now he will be at peace, with no suffering and pain. He past away very peacefully with his family all around him (we were allowed to bypass the Covid laws, and our entire family was in the hospital room with him). He was able to hear us but unable to speak. 12 hours before his decease, he was still able to nod his head and show that he can still understand us.

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Pancreatic cancer for almost 2 years, surgeries, infections and now cancer spread through the body (40F)

This is not really about me but ive been worried about my cousin for a while now so i thought id give this sub a shot.

My cousin (40F, she used to have a normal weight and is about 5’6) was diagnosed with stage 3 (i think? Or 4) pancreatic cancer almost 2 years ago. She has had chemotherapy and many surgeries a couple of which ended in infection but all that was solved by december 2020. She seemed better and was able to go back home since they said the cancer was stable or something. Recently she had to go back as an emergency since the cancer β€œspread throughout her body” not sure when and how this happened. She will be getting more chemo to manage the cancer but i heard her mother said it wasn’t very promising. Im worried about her and her family. Are there any chances or recovery? I cant find anything precise to this subject online and i really hope she can get better, is that too much to ask for though?

Is there a possibility that she could get better?

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Hey mom. I know you can’t really talk or get out of bed anymore. Pancreatic Cancer has completed taken all your will power away. I know you can’t express all your happiness, joy, and worries about me but I promise I’m trying my hardest to have you live these last few moments without worry.
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Pancreatic enzymes – their use in the fight against cancer eistria.com/en/pancreatic…
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I am raising money for my grandmother’s funeral. She passed away from terminal pancreatic cancer, and was another parent figure for me. I would greatly appreciate all and any help we could receive to give her a proper sending!

On Sunday, March 14th, my grandmother passed away after battling a long time with terminal pancreatic cancer. She holds a special place in my heart and means the absolute world to me. My grandmother was basically another parental figure to me, since I grew up with her around all of the time.

When she retired in 2003, she immigrated to the US from Mexico to help my mom raise my siblings and I. She came and stayed up all night making sure my younger brother William slept sitting up, with his mouth open so he could breathe properly, since he was just recently operated on for cleft lip after being born. She made sure he was able to eat properly as well to avoid putting him on a feeding tube, and did everything in her power to help him survive.

Not only did she save my little brother, but she also saved lives in her community. She used her medical license to open a pharmacy in a town that had just started growing and helped multiple people by providing medications at a reasonable price. Often times, she even paid for it herself out of her own pockets, because she knew what it was like to be in that situation. For that, she also holds a very special place in the hearts of many people in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. That is why we are trying to fundraise for her memorial, which would be held where she is known best, in order to bring the community that loved her together for a respectful sending.

Please help by donating any amount. Everything helps, even as little as $1.

Go Fund Me Link: https://gofund.me/3ac10105 Images of my abuelita: https://imgur.com/a/MKyK1h7

Thank you all for the help and support, it’s greatly appreciated!

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Pancreatic cancer question

Hi I’m 19 years older male and am having blood in stool like streaks of it or sometimes just spots so I need to know With pancreatic cancer it says that it can cause black tarry stools or bloody stools when they say that do they mean like bright red blood or like a darker colour blood almost dark red and also would the stool just be completely red full of blood?

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Pancreatic cancer question

Hi I’m 19 years older male and am having blood in stool like streaks of it or sometimes just spots so I need to know With pancreatic cancer it says that it can cause black tarry stools or bloody stools when they say that do they mean like bright red blood or like a darker colour blood almost dark red and also would the stool just be completely red full of blood?

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