In early 2016, my husband and I heard the words "You have stage 4 pancreatic cancer." The prognosis was not good, and we sought insights from Dana Farber to help us chart our course. That meeting changed everything.
Dana Farber gave us hope, and with aggressive treatment my husband gained almost two years of life before his cancer took its' final toll.
The year he died, I decided to wage hope and walk the Boston Marathon route in his memory. The next year we created a team to focus on advancing pancreatic cancer research and patient care.
I am so grateful for all my supporters over the past five years. We have created a community of hope and I want you to join us this year. Every step counts!