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Thu, Apr 2 10:41am · Are you getting cancer treatments during COVID-19? in COVID-19

I am so sorry about the return of your cancer. I hope there is more treatment for you. I cannot go with my fiancée to his treatments. I feel so bad cause have always been there. I can’t even see his doctor because of all of this. Keep on smiling and I am praying for you. I believe so much in the power of prayer.

Tue, Feb 25 10:50am · Need advice: Stage 2 pancreatic cancer in Pancreatic Cancer

He is undergoing chemo 12 treatments in all. He has them every 2 weeks. I just would like for somebody to say something positive cause it always seems negative. They are going to follow it with the lab test cause there is no tumor to look at. Does anyone no if that is the right treatment. Is there any way else they could follow it?

Fri, Feb 21 4:52pm · Need advice: Stage 2 pancreatic cancer in Pancreatic Cancer

All good information. You guys made me Feel better at least that there is hope. Did any of you go for a second opinion. I fully trust the doctor he goes to. He trained at mayo and encouraged us to get a second opinion if we wanted. Sounds like he is doing the same treatment they do there. I did read about a new treatment but his doctor said that is for advanced. Save it if he needs in the future. Again thank you all.

Fri, Feb 21 8:27am · Need advice: Stage 2 pancreatic cancer in Pancreatic Cancer

Thank you everyone this really helps me have hope. I really appreciate it.

Fri, Feb 21 8:20am · Need advice: Stage 2 pancreatic cancer in Pancreatic Cancer

Susan it sounds like your husband d is doing what my fiancée is as far as treatment. What did they say follow up would consist of cause there are no tumors tonwatch? They told my fiancée that he would have lab work prob every three months?

Fri, Feb 21 8:17am · Need advice: Stage 2 pancreatic cancer in Pancreatic Cancer

He had bladder cancer 9 years ago. In treating that they saw a spot on his pancreas. They followed once a year with mri and oct of 2019 the spot split. They had him in for surgery even without doing a biopsy. They took out tail and 2/3 of pancreas. All
Margins and lympth nodes clear. He is going through chemo 12 rounds every two weeks. It just seems like when u tell someone they have pancreatic cancer they look at you as if you do t have long for this world. Did u get that reaction?