(As documented in the personal journal of Linda M. Hill from October 14, 2015 to January 17, 2019)
Mike Fitzpatrick, an incredible 19 year pancreatic cancer survivor from Florida, shares all the reasons why he came up for National Pancreatic Cancer Advocacy Day.
Shiloh Marlar of Arkansas briefly discusses how losing her father to pancreatic cancer has inspired her to return to National Advocacy Day for the second straight year.
Monica-Amit Mishra of the Detroit Affiliate of the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network states why she came to Washington D.C. for Advocacy Day.
Bill Cunningham from Wisconsin shares his story as a two-year pancreatic cancer survivor at this year’s National Pancreatic Cancer Advocacy Day in Washington D.C.
Jeanne Lipshetz, Affiliate Chair of the Milwaukee Affiliate of the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, and Steve Lipshetz, Media Relations Chair, share what motivates them to come to D.C. for Advocacy Day to fight for pancreatic cancer funding and awareness.
Darrell Shoop just needs ten words to explain why he came all the way from Wasilla, Alaska to Washington D.C. for National Pancreatic Cancer Advocacy Day.
(Be sure to continue checking this blog in the coming days for more videos from participants in this year’s National Pancreatic Cancer Advocacy Day sharing their stories and explaining why they are here.)