This is us. We're finally married! Best day ever.
Here is his own personal cancer story...
I was accepted to take part in a clinical trial for the Pancreatic Cancer vaccine at Johns Hopkins.This vaccine has helped others who've had pancreatic cancer, live 10+ years and counting. This is huge! 5/4/11 Update! The doctors at Johns Hopkins have decided that the vaccine trial might not be the safest or best way to treat my cancer. They believe that my many episodes of pancreatitis, irritated an already present cyst and lead to my cancer. I will be making trips up to Baltimore/Johns Hopkins for Pancreatitis clinics and to see specialists who can hopefully cure or manage my pancreatitis. If this is possible, they believe that my cancer will more than likely not return. If I do keep having pancreatitis problems, they may remove my pancreas. This is a last resort, but an available option if need be. Thank you all for your continued support through this journey - it means a lot!
Jason has been doing pretty well lately, well - no pancreas issues at least! He's having some issues with higs legs (which he's had before) so once those are gone - hopefully he'll be issue free for good! He's also officially employed (currently without compensation) but will be getting licensed to sell insurance and be compensated soon.
Jason finished his first week of work - which was mostly training, and is looking forward to the next! If you know anyone who needs insurance, let us know! :)