Thank you for your kind words Greg, and thank you for all that you do with WhatNext
Russ wrote on Skyscanr's wall
Hi Skyscanr, Welcome to WhatNext...a great website where you can find others who are on the same cancer journey as yourself. I too was diagnosed at age 56 with stage iv pancreatic cancer. I am now 72...I am a 16 year adenosquamos carcinoma pancreatic cancer survivor as of this upcoming Nov. 3rd...the day of my surgery. That i the day I call myself a survivor...the day they cut that cancer out of me. I had 24hr chemo for 5 weeks non-stop, and radiation at the same time. So never give up hope...I am living proof that this horrible disease can be beat. The light at the end of the tunnel is the candle of hope...keep that candle lit. My best to you, Russ
GregP_WN wrote on Russ's wall
Thanks for supporting others by answering questions, offering advice and positive wishes! It does make a difference for them to see that other people have been there and are doing OK.
Russ wrote on Moriarty's wall
Hello Moriarty, Welcome to WhatNext...a great website where you can find others who are caregivers, and others who are on the same cancerf journey as your spouse? Is this your spouse that has the cancer? I myself am a pancreatic cancer survivor of nearly 16 years this coming November 3rd. So you see this disease can be beat...so never give up hope! My best to youand your spouse???
Russ wrote on EllieW's wall
Hello EllieW, Welcome to WhatNext a great website to find others that are on the same cancer journey as your spouse/partner. Which is it? Your spouse? What's there name? I only ask these questions so we know who we are reaching out to...it is better for the both of us. Also take your time in completing the profile page as things come up for your spouse. I myself will be a 16 year, stage IV, pancreatic cancer survivor next month. November 3dr is the day of my surgery as well as the 1st day of my survivorship. Our best to you, and good luck to both of you.
Russ wrote on yucca13's wall
Hello yucca13, Welcome to WhatNext...a great website where you can find people who are on the same cancer journey as your family mbr or friend. I assume it is a family mbr of sort? I myself am a 15yr 10month pancreatic cancer survivor. So you can see this disease can be beat. Don't let yourself or your family mbr ever give up hope. Hope is the light at the end of the tunnel. It is the candle of hope. We here at WhatNext will help you to keep that candle of hope lit. My best to both of you...Russ