Webinar: Updates in the Field of Pancreatic Cysts


Marley’s Story

My name is Marley C., I am in my 20s and live in West Virginia. In October 28th, 2022, at 6:30 in the morning I was in a bad car accident. The injuries resulting from this accident were kidney lacerations, grade 5 liver lacerations, and grade 3 pancreatic lacerations with duct injuries. All the [...]

2023-08-01T11:48:10-04:00August 1st, 2023|

NIDDK Workshop: Interventions for Pancreatitis

2023 National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases Workshop Interventions for Pancreatitis: New Approaches, Knowledge Gaps, and Research Opportunities The workshop will be in a hybrid format, which means that people can attend the July 26 workshop in Pittsburgh in person, or they can attend virtually. Recent NIDDK Workshops have focused on the [...]

2023-05-01T11:03:07-04:00April 28th, 2023|

Jordan’s Story

How old was Jordan when he had his first pancreatitis attack? What were the symptoms? What did you think it was initially?   Jordan was diagnosed at the age of three. His symptoms started quite some time before his official diagnosis, but I didn’t realize that until after the fact. From an infant Jordan [...]

2023-03-26T12:11:08-04:00January 10th, 2023|

Matthew’s Story

Our son Matthew was born in December of 2019.  Shortly after he was born, our trips to the ER seemed never ending. January of 2020 was when Matthew started having stomach issues. He had problems taking his bottle and also had a lot of problems with spit up. All doctors we spoke to about our [...]

2022-09-15T12:53:04-04:00September 15th, 2022|

Ezra’s Story

Ezra was 9-years-old when he had his first pancreatitis attack. In this story, his parents recount his journey with pancreatitis, how they learned to advocate for their son, and provide advice for caregivers going through the same situation. It happened suddenly. Very early one morning, I received a phone call from Ezra’s friend’s mom. Ezra [...]

2022-08-01T17:42:58-04:00August 1st, 2022|

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