Tag Archives: pancreatic cancer

Prognosis of Pancreatic Cancer Survival – on WSRQ’s Health Check with Heidi Godman

Cancer is like a virus – once it gets into the lymph nodes and makes new cancer cells. With chemotherapy and it’s advancements in the past 20 years along with the advent of robotic surgery – prognosis is much better about extending a patient’s life.

The “miracle” case of a Pancreatic Cancer patient on WSRQ’s Health Check with Heidi Godman

We hear about Mr. Fred Perrotta’s story, from the first sign of jaundice all the way through the operation. And now in chemo, Mr. Perrotta is a cancer survivor story!

Knowledge is power when dealing with Pancreatic Cancer – on WSRQ’s Health Check with Heidi Godman

When an advanced cancer is detected, help navigating through all the information and statistics can be overwhelming. Gastrointestinal Oncologist Kenneth Meredith, MD, explains what can be expected when pancreatic cancer is diagnosed.

Pancreatic Cancer and the advancements in treatments on WSRQ’s Health Check with Heidi Godman

Pancreatic cancer, as one of the top 3 causes of cancer related-deaths, occurs in about 1 in 20 patients. One of the difficulties with diagnosing the cancer is how many of the patients are not presenting symptoms. Listen and find out more about symptoms & the causes of pancreatic cancer.