Linda’s Hope provides support to those affected by pancreatic cancer by advancing research, supporting patients and families and raising community awareness for this critical cause.
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We have had the honor and privilege to partner with Linda’s Hope as a sponsor for the past few years. I’ve been very impressed with this organization as they have successfully increased community awareness of Pancreatic Cancer throughout the city of Nashville and have raised significant amount of funding for research in such a short time frame. We hope to continue partnering with Linda’s Hope to help one day eradicate this disease.
I was astonished when I learned that pancreatic cancer is the most under-funded and researched cancer in comparison to it’s survival percentage rate. Linda’s Hope is heroic in their efforts to take on such a challenge and they are doing it well.
It’s amazing to see the passion and sincerity behind the Linda’s Hope team of young professionals. I’m proud to be a part of such an amazing network of people that are making a difference.
Facing Pancreatic Cancer: Information and Resources, Tuesday June 4th 6-8pm in partnership with Gilda’s Club Nashville. Learn what’s new in research, get information about the latest treatments, and suggestions for communicating with your healthcare team to help you get the best care possible. Presenters include: Dr. William Polk (Surgical Oncologist), Dr. Richard Geer (Physician-in-Chief of…
Watch our latest video from our 4th Annual Hope in the Hills!
I am extremely honored to say this will be the third year I have been involved in Hope in the Hills in one way or another. It has been an incredible experience to work with the talented individuals who make up the Hope in the Hills event committee. I realize Linda’s Hope is a…
When it comes to pancreatic cancer, I am aware of the numbers. Pancreatic cancer is the 4th leading cause of cancer death in the United States; as early as 2015, it will be in 2nd place. Nearly 44,000 Americans will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer this year; 94% of them will die within 5 years…