After her pancreatic cancer diagnosis, Liz’s UK doctors prescribed palliative care – but a second opinion in Germany may have saved her life
Liz was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in April 2012. Her doctors in the UK felt her tumour was inoperable and prescribed palliative care. She was only 48. A second opinion in Germany resulted in her having the Whipples surgery – improving her chances of surviving five years considerably.
Liz shares her story of diagnosis and why she is glad she went for that second opinion…
Click on the link for Liz’s pancreatic cancer patient experience
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