When my husband Tim was diagnosed with stage IV pancreatic cancer, Dana Farber was there to thoughtfully guide us through our options. This guidance was a pivotal part of our journey. Tim beat the odds to live a full life for almost two years after his diagnosis. He even played golf 100 times the year before he passed! He is missed as a husband, father, brother, and friend.
I couldn't change the outcome of Tim's disease, so I decided to wage hope for those who have pancreatic cancer by supporting Dana Farber.
This is my fifth year participating in the Jimmy Fund Boston Marathon Walk, and I would love for your to join me on this journey. Together we wage hope, together we advance pancreatic cancer research and patient care.
Thanks for your support!