@survivor2 @sunshine041594 @baileycody @thally5299 I have several posts in this thread. Things have changed significantly since my first post. I was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in May of 2014. My Whipple was done in June of 2014. Following surgery, I had 6 months of chemo – 3 weeks on and 1 week off. Two weeks after my chemo, I spent a week in my local hospital. I was sent home, but a week later, I was in the hospital again. This time my doctor sent me to Mayo where I spent another week in the hospital. It was determined that because of a rare reaction to my chemo, I developed atypical Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome. I spent most of 2015 going to Mayo to be treated for aHUS. By the time, that was under control my kidney function was down to about 15%. In June of 2019, I had my 5 year PET scan. Once again, there was no evidence of disease and Mayo told me I didn't need to come back. Last December we moved and I had to find new doctors. My new oncologist wanted a PET scan done. Two doctors looked at my scan. One said it was inconclusive. The second doctor said it looked like cancer. I went to Mayo for a second opinion. They did a PET/MRI and a biopsy. It was determined that my cancer had come back on what was left of my pancreas. Because of artery involvement, surgery is not an option. Because of my kidney problems, I can't have chemo. This morning, I had my 8th radiation treatment. I am scheduled for a total of 25 treatments – 5 treatments a week. After my radiation is done, I have to wait 3 months. Then I can go back to Mayo to see if I can have surgery to remove the rest of my pancreas.