Pancreatic Awareness Month means everything to me. I have a different perspective on life. God has given me another chance to care for others as I was doing prior to being diagnosed.
My symptoms started back in 2008 when I felt tired all the time. I thought it was because I was working a lot of hours. It hit me when I was driving home one day, and it took me 3 hours to get home. That’s because I had pulled over and fell asleep. It took […]
By Jeff Ross I was diagnosed April 11, 2014; Adenosarcoma was the diagnosis with mets to the liver. My wife, Shareen, found out about Agi’s great work so we attended a ‘Game Day’ event in Brentwood where I first met both Agi and Allison. I can’t speak highly enough about them both. They’ve been extremely […]
By Rayva L.G. Harrell In this month and season that the world sets aside for Thanksgiving, I am gently reminded each day of the many things God has given me to be thankful for. Of course this includes my family, friends, and dream team of angels. But most of the ordinary things we forget or […]
By Ashley Janover Purple and White Fight Night was set to start at 8pm but when I arrived at the venue and peaked my head around the curtain at 7:45pm there was a line outside the door. I knew in that very moment that the evening was going to be a success. Every year my […]
Since our inception in 1997, The Hirshberg Foundation has been dedicated to providing information, resources and financial aid to patients and families. It is always a pleasure for us to stay in touch with the families and patients that we have supported. We enjoy having them as part of our ‘foundation family’ and love to […]