Jim Burhorn

Jim Burhorn was a healthy 59-year-old man living in Colorado when he was diagnosed with neuroendocrine cancer. After removing part of his pancreas, Jim’s doctors recommended a promising treatment. But Jim would have to travel to Switzerland for the treatment because the FDA hasn’t yet approved it in the United States. Jim was afraid if […]

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Mark Angelo

On his birthday and six months after spotting a lump on his left collarbone, Mark Angelo was diagnosed with pancreatic neuroendocrine cancer. Mark would spend the next three years undergoing oral chemotherapy treatment while his health and quality of life quickly declined. The chemo proved to be ineffective after exhausting all treatment options, Mark’s doctor […]

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David Curtis Glebe

In the summer of 2013, Dr. David Curtis Glebe was diagnosed with Stage IV pancreatic neuroendocrine cancer, the same rare cancer that took the life of former Apple CEO Steve Jobs. After undergoing an aggressive regimen of oral chemotherapy for over two years, resulting in a remarkable 90% decrease in his tumor burden, Dr. Glebe’s […]

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Jackson Silva

At only four weeks old Jackson’s parents noticed that he was showing signs of daily pain. At three months old, Jackson was diagnosed with the most severe form of spinal muscular atrophy. The Silvas were told there was nothing that could be done. Refusing to believe that, Jackson’s parents did research on their own and […]

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Matt Bellina

Matt is a U.S. Navy veteran, husband, father to two. His life as a naval aviator and active father was changed forever when he was diagnosed with ALS at 30 years old. With no cure, ALS is a certain death sentence and Matt is acutely aware of the time he does not have. While there […]

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