“Assumptions Can Be Deadly.” Today is World Pancreatic Cancer Day. Please take time to learn the symptoms of this cancer that is often found when the disease has already metastasized. Thinking of my Junior League of Toronto friends Bryna and Shelley who recently lost their husband and brother Kevin. Kevin was committed to helping provide a greater awareness of pancreatic cancer and its symptoms – as well as increased research funding. A wonderful legacy to leave this world. Please take time to read this article – http://www.cp24.com/mobile/lifestyle/health/partnership-hopes-to-make-progress-on-pancreatic-cancer-with-research-network-1.3680012 – and share with those you love.
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Pancreatic Cancer is such a brutal cancer. I lost my amazing Dad to it two years ago. Thanks for sharing Kevin’s story and for raising awareness of this awful disease. I have a poetry blog here on WordPress and am trying to raise some Christmas funds for Pancreatic Cancer UK in case you have time to look? Festive greetings, Sam 🙂
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Sorry to hear about your dad Sam. Thank you for helping to raise awareness and money to help find a cure and support those battling cancer. Wishing you a happy healthy 2018! 🙂
And to you!