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Meaghan’s Story

My name is Meaghan.  I live in Philadelphia with my husband Steve and my son Teddy. My journey with pancreatitis began in 1993 when I was 8 years old and hospitalized at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) for acute pancreatitis.  Just a few months before that, my older sister had her first attack of [...]

2022-02-15T11:23:01-05:00February 15th, 2022|

In Memory: Michele’s Story

Michelle and her Dad, Jim Arrow My name is Michele Walsh, daughter of Jim Arrow.  My Dad was 63 years old when his journey of three years with pancreatitis began.  Who was Jim Arrow? He was a hard-working business owner of James A. Arrow Plumbing since 1986. His smile and laugh lit up a [...]

2022-07-22T05:15:02-04:00February 1st, 2022|

In Memory: Paula’s Story

Breanna and her family My daughter Breanna was born with a passion for loving and serving others, and her ever-present laughter, talented music, and songs filled our world!  She had a unique way of making everyone feel truly loved and treasured. She was the typical teenage high school girl, full of energy and [...]

2022-01-01T14:09:14-05:00January 1st, 2022|

Dick’s Story

For as long as I can remember, eating has made me uncomfortable.  I often felt best when a skipped a meal or two.  Maybe a food allergy?  Although I never delved further because it just seemed like it was normal.  A gastroenterologist considered IBS and other things, but tests ruled those out, so nothing was [...]

2021-12-21T09:14:21-05:00December 21st, 2021|

Cesiley’s Story

The Bell Family How old was Cesiley when she first had their first bout of pancreatitis?  Cesiley was 3 ½ when she first had any symptoms. We thought she just had a rotavirus that was going around her school because she was not able to keep anything down but she was unusually moaning [...]

2021-12-15T16:26:01-05:00December 15th, 2021|

Lindsey’s Story

My name is Lindsey Fontenot, I’m 23 years old and live in Berkeley CA.  How old were you when you first had your first bout of pancreatitis? I was 13 years old when I had my first attack. I was headed off for a field hockey camp at Stanford University. Unfortunately, I couldn’t play because [...]

2021-12-13T18:02:31-05:00December 13th, 2021|

Aaron’s Story

How old were you when you first had your first bout of pancreatitis? I was 24, and it was after a particularly rowdy night. It would last for a day and a half and always felt more than a hangover. Symptoms involved a lot of vomiting and going to the bathroom. I would have several [...]

2021-10-22T18:03:41-04:00October 22nd, 2021|

In Memory: Lakenya & Rashaunda’s Story

Shakeilya, Lakenya, and Rashaunda with their mother (middle) Pancreatitis and Raising Awareness of Poor Healthcare in the African American Community My 64-year-old mother, Mary Lee Shaw was a retired Special Education Teacher and Administrator for the NYC Department of Education (NYCDOE). After suffering severe abdominal pain, she was rushed to NY Presbyterian Hospital-Methodist [...]

2021-09-28T11:13:35-04:00September 28th, 2021|

In Memory: Kevin’s Story

My name is Kevin Bloom and I reside in the mile-high city of Denver, Colorado. On the weekends, you can find me perusing through a list of local coffee shops, running through the foothills of the front range of the Rocky Mountains, or snowboarding throughout the mountain west. I enjoy a variety of physical endeavors, [...]

2021-09-22T12:51:48-04:00September 22nd, 2021|

Monroe’s Story

My name is Monroe and I am a 25-year-old from NY, USA. My journey with pancreatitis began in May 2021, when I woke up Sunday, May 16th with what I thought was horrible heartburn. I kept telling my fiancee who was at work, that I would stop by to see her once the pain went [...]

2021-08-27T12:36:03-04:00August 27th, 2021|

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