June #PANCSM Chat: Recovering from Pancreatic Surgery

pancsmchat #PancSM starts in 15 mins! Join @NirajGusani, @pancdoc, @mkatzmd and @DianeReidyLagun to talk about recovering from pancreatic surgery.Thu Jun 5 17:45:04 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani RT @PancSMChat: #PancSM starts in 15 mins! Join @NirajGusani, @pancdoc, @mkatzmd and @DianeReidyLagun to talk about recovering from pancrea…Thu Jun 5 17:51:26 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc RT @PancSMChat: #PancSM starts in 15 mins! Join @NirajGusani, @pancdoc, @mkatzmd and @DianeReidyLagun to talk about recovering from pancrea…Thu Jun 5 17:53:13 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Ready to go! Excited for our 1st chat! MT @PancSMChat: #PancSM starts in 5 mins! #PancreaticCancerThu Jun 5 17:54:44 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc RT @PanCANColumbus: Join @pancdoc from @OSUCCC_James and doctors from around the country for the 1st #PANCSM Tweet Chat TONIGHT 9pm est. ht…Thu Jun 5 17:54:51 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
mkatzmd Ready to go from Houston! #pancsmThu Jun 5 17:57:27 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat Welcome to the inaugural #PancSM Chat! This month, #pancreaticcancer experts are joining us to talk about recovering from surgery.Thu Jun 5 18:00:01 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat Who’s joining us for today’s #PANCSM Chat?Thu Jun 5 18:00:22 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
subatomicdoc Matt Katz (the other one) from Lowell MA. Exciting! RT @PancSMChat: Who’s joining us for today’s #PANCSM Chat?Thu Jun 5 18:01:33 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ambrygenetics We are! RT “@PancSMChat: Who’s joining us for today’s #PANCSM Chat?”Thu Jun 5 18:01:46 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani .@PancSMChat Niraj Gusani, MD, surgical oncologist specializing in pancreatic and liver surgery – from Penn State Cancer Insititute #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:01:58 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat Thanks for joining us, @subatomicdoc & @AmbryGenetics! #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:02:34 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc .@PancSMChat Mark Bloomston, MD from Ohio State. Surgical Oncologist #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:02:42 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
mkatzmd Matthew Katz, Pancreatic surgical oncologist from the MD Anderson Cancer Center #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:02:46 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Hi Matt @subatomicdoc @PancSMChat – you did a great job getting the word out about this chat at #ASCO14 #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:03:16 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani RT @PancSMChat: Thanks for joining us, @subatomicdoc & @AmbryGenetics! #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:04:01 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
subatomicdoc @PancSMChat @AmbryGenetics My pleasure. I’m a radiation oncologist and always interested to learn new things re: pancreatic cancer #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:04:26 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc Lots of mentions. Hopefully we’ll help some patients/friends/family in their fight against #pancreaticcancer #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:04:53 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancan Get 1-on-1 support, speak with a Patient and Liaison Services (PALS) Associate. Call 877-272-6226 or email pals@pancan.org #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:05:09 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
subatomicdoc @NirajGusani @PancSMChat Sure thing! Great time to start a new disease-oriented chat to help doctors, patients, caregivers #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:05:13 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ambrygenetics RT @pancdoc: Lots of mentions. Hopefully we’ll help some patients/friends/family in their fight against #pancreaticcancer #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:05:36 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Yes and find a new venue to help educate and interact about this challenging disease @pancdoc #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:05:39 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat Welcome, all! Let’s get started with our questions for the night! #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:06:17 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat Q1: For starters, why do cancer patients undergo pancreatic surgery? #PANCSMThu Jun 5 18:06:47 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
docbkw RT @NirajGusani: Celebrating our #PancreaticCancer #Survivors@PennStHershey Cancer Institute #survivorship #NCSD2014http://t.co/LRpwkOU…Thu Jun 5 18:07:01 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Would love to hear from patients, patient advocates, researchers, providers, and any others interested in #PancreaticCancer #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:07:12 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
subatomicdoc Important question RT @PancSMChat: Q1: For starters, why do cancer patients undergo pancreatic surgery? #PANCSMThu Jun 5 18:07:39 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ambrygenetics RT @PancSMChat: Q1: For starters, why do cancer patients undergo pancreatic surgery? #PANCSMThu Jun 5 18:07:45 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
osuccc_james Join the discussion! MT @pancdoc: Hopefully we’ll help some patients/friends/family in their fight against #pancreaticcancer. #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:07:46 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ambrygenetics RT @NirajGusani: Would love to hear from patients, patient advocates, researchers, providers, and any others interested in #PancreaticCanceThu Jun 5 18:07:56 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Surgery provides the only chance for cure for @PancreaticCancer , for starters… @PancSMChat #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:07:56 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
mkatzmd @PancSMChat Pancreatic surgery is performed for a variety of diseases of the pancreas, mostly pancreatic cancer but also others. #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:08:07 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc .@PancSMChat A1:the number one reason is hope for cure #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:08:18 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani RT @pancdoc: .@PancSMChat A1:the number one reason is hope for cure #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:08:30 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat MT @mkatzmd Pancreatic surgery is performed for a variety of diseases of the pancreas, mostly pancreatic cancer but also others. #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:08:36 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Surgery provides the only chance for cure for #PancreaticCancer , for starters… @PancSMChat #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:08:50 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ambrygenetics RT @NirajGusani: Surgery provides the only chance for cure for @PancreaticCancer , for starters… @PancSMChat #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:09:10 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat MT @pancdoc: A1: the number one reason for pancreatic surgery is hope for cure #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:09:12 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ambrygenetics RT @mkatzmd: @PancSMChat Pancreatic surgery is performed for a variety of diseases of the pancreas, mostly pancreatic cancer but also other…Thu Jun 5 18:09:12 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ambrygenetics RT @pancdoc: .@PancSMChat A1:the number one reason is hope for cure #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:09:18 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat MT @NirajGusani: Surgery provides the only chance for cure for #PancreaticCancer. #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:09:34 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
njarellano Hi everyone ! #PancSM Happy to learn and contributeThu Jun 5 18:09:34 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat @NJArellano Welcome Dr. Arellano! Thanks for joining us! #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:10:01 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Surgery also can relieve bile duct obstruction often seen with pancreatic diseases which results in jaundice @PancSMChat @pancdoc #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:10:20 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
dianereidylagun @PancSMChat Hi all getting on late. this is diane reidy-lagunes yes pancreas surgery is usually for a cancer that we want cured. #PANCSMThu Jun 5 18:10:39 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat .@mkatzmd What other conditions may patients undergo pancreatic surgery to treat? #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:10:50 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
subatomicdoc RT @PancSMChat: MT @pancdoc: A1: the number one reason for pancreatic surgery is hope for cure #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:10:56 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani .@NJArellano welcome to #PancSM – would love your perspectiveThu Jun 5 18:11:09 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
njarellano RT @PancSMChat: @NJArellano Welcome Dr. Arellano! Thanks for joining us! #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:11:35 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc @DianeReidyLagun @PancSMChat Glad you made it Diane. As an Oncologist, how do you view the role of pancreatic surgery? #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:11:36 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
mkatzmd others include neuroendocrine tumors, bile duct cancers, duodenal cancers… but pancreatic cancer the most common #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:11:38 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat .@DianeReidyLagun Welcome! Any other reasons for choosing surgery? Can it improve quality of life if there’s no hope for a cure? #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:11:58 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
njarellano @NirajGusani Thank you #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:12:19 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc Seems to me that as surgery gets safer and chemo/radiation get better, more people are getting hope for cure #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:12:36 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
subatomicdoc @DianeReidyLagun @PancSMChat Hi Diane! If you get a chance, please give my best to Karyn Goodman – she’s the best 🙂 #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:12:42 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ambrygenetics RT @PancSMChat: .@DianeReidyLagun Welcome! Any other reasons for choosing surgery? Can it improve quality of life if there’s no hope for a …Thu Jun 5 18:12:45 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat MT @mkatzmd: Others reasons for pancreatic surgery include neuroendocrine tumors, bile duct cancers, duodenal cancers #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:12:48 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani .@mkatzmd and benign or premalignant diseases like pancreatic cysts and pancreatitis #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:12:48 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
dianereidylagun @dianreidylagun hi all-getting on late. pancreas surgery is performed to cure cancers of the pancreas. #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:13:15 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat MT @NirajGusani: Benign or premalignant diseases like pancreatic cysts and pancreatitis also treated with pancreatic surgery #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:13:16 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ambrygenetics RT @PancSMChat: MT @mkatzmd: Others reasons for pancreatic surgery include neuroendocrine tumors, bile duct cancers, duodenal cancers#pancThu Jun 5 18:13:38 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ambrygenetics RT @NirajGusani: .@mkatzmd and benign or premalignant diseases like pancreatic cysts and pancreatitis #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:13:42 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat Great news RT @pancdoc: Seems to me that as surgery gets safer and chemo/radiation get better, more people are getting hope for cure #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:13:50 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
mkatzmd Definitely can help with symptoms of pancreas cancer as well as cure- symptoms like jaundice, inability to eat, etc. #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:14:03 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat MT @mkatzmd: Surgery can help with symptoms of pancreas cancer as well as cure – symptoms like jaundice, inability to eat, etc. #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:14:23 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani @pancdoc combined modalities (surgery plus chemo +/- radiation) are offering more and more hope as drugs get better & surgery safer #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:14:47 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ambrygenetics Great news! “@pancdoc: Seems to me that as surgery gets safer and chemo/radiation get better, more people are getting hope for cure #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:15:09 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat MT @NirajGusani: combined modalities (surgery plus chemo +/- radiation) are offering more hope as drugs get better & surgery safer #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:15:10 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
njarellano Stop smoking, stop drinking, follows a nutritious diet, seek support after surgical procedure #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:15:27 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat Let’s move on to Q2: What does a #pancreaticcancer patient’s hospital recovery look like after surgery? #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:16:00 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Focusing on surgery for a min – this is still a major procedure w/ complex anatomy and the need for a whole well-versed care team #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:16:24 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
njarellano @NirajGusani @PancSMChat @pancdoc Stop smoking, stop drinking, follows a nutritious diet, seek support after surgical procedure #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:16:53 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc @PancSMChat A2: While recovery can be difficult, the majority of patients can recover well enough to be home in 7-10 days #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:17:01 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat .@pancdoc What difficulties might patients encounter post surgery? #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:17:50 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ambrygenetics RT @PancSMChat: Let’s move on to Q2: What does a #pancreaticcancer patient’s hospital recovery look like after surgery? #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:17:58 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ambrygenetics RT @pancdoc: @PancSMChat A2: While recovery can be difficult, the majority of patients can recover well enough to be home in 7-10 days #panThu Jun 5 18:18:02 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani And long term function can be comp. normal – eating well, without diabetes or panc enzyme insuff.- excellent recovery #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:18:17 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc @NirajGusani Number one problem is difficulty eating. Can last days, weeks, or even months but ALWAYS gets better #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:19:10 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
mkatzmd one of the most common issues immediately after surgery is inability to eat as you normally would- but this is a temporary problem #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:19:10 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
subatomicdoc @pancdoc @PancSMChat T2: Any tips for patients or caregivers on how to prepare and optimize recovery? #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:19:15 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Yes – all important – the stronger you are going in, the faster/safer/quicker/better your recovery @NJArellano #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:19:16 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
mkatzmd good nutrition, good energy, good attitude #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:20:03 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ambrygenetics RT @NirajGusani: Yes – all important – the stronger you are going in, the faster/safer/quicker/better your recovery @NJArellano #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:20:14 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
njarellano RT @NirajGusani: Yes – all important – the stronger you are going in, the faster/safer/quicker/better your recovery @NJArellano #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:20:19 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Ask lots of questions beforehand and be aware of potential setbacks/complications – will help better manage them@subatomicdoc #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:20:24 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc @subatomicdoc @PancSMChat Good question. Mental preparation is key. Expect long recovery but be confident that you can pull thru #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:20:29 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Caregiver / family support is essential – this is a team effort! #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:21:04 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
njarellano @pancdoc what about locally advanced unresectable pancreatic cancer? Controversial? #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:21:09 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat In what ways can you help patients experiencing an inability to eat after surgery? #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:21:24 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat RT @NirajGusani Caregiver / family support is essential – this is a team effort! #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:21:33 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat MT @pancdoc: Mental preparation is key. Expect long recovery but be confident that you can pull thru #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:21:51 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani .@NJArellano controversial, but often there is still hope for cure if tumor responds well to upfront chemo or radiation #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:21:58 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
njarellano RT @NirajGusani: .@NJArellano controversial, but often there is still hope for cure if tumor responds well to upfront chemo or radiation #PThu Jun 5 18:22:27 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
mkatzmd @NirajGusani @NJArellano agree but expectations need to be clear and well-managed by all involved when treating that tough problem #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:22:46 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc @NJArellano This is evolving. Aggressive treatment up front can still lead to aggressive surgery for cure #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:22:59 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani There are drugs which can help. Also can temporarily feed via feeding tube or via vein – but key is time to allow healing/recovery #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:23:01 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
subatomicdoc @pancdoc @PancSMChat Great, thanks! I’d think social support helps patients have that mental readiness #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:23:02 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
njarellano RT @mkatzmd: @NirajGusani @NJArellano agree but expectations need to be clear and well-managed by all involved when treating that tough pro…Thu Jun 5 18:23:08 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
njarellano RT @pancdoc: @NJArellano This is evolving. Aggressive treatment up front can still lead to aggressive surgery for cure #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:23:10 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Always gets better, usually without additional procedures/surgery #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:23:53 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
mkatzmd @NirajGusani do you place a feeding tube for all patients, selectively, or never? #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:24:30 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
cancersurg With locally advanced pancreas cancer advances are baby steps but happening! Cynicism is the enemy. #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:24:34 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Yes – need upfront involvement of all team members – surgical, medical, rad. oncologists, other physicians, patient’s care team #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:24:51 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
njarellano Only 15 to 20% of patients have resectable disease at diagnosis . What is your opinion ? #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:25:00 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Feeding tube almost never – exceptions in frail very elderly or pts who are very malnourished preop #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:25:42 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
klemansdl @pancdoc @subatomicdoc @PancSMChat Also building rapport with surgeon & team to be confident in the care #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:25:45 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ambrygenetics RT @NirajGusani: Yes – need upfront involvement of all team members – surgical, medical, rad. oncologists, other physicians, patient’s care…Thu Jun 5 18:25:53 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
mkatzmd @NirajGusani yes exactly my practice as well #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:26:02 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Welcome @klemansdl – yes – need to understand each other well to optimize care – great point #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:26:35 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
njarellano What is the criteria for unresectability? #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:27:00 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ekwallace8 RT @PancSMChat: MT @pancdoc: A1: the number one reason for pancreatic surgery is hope for cure #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:27:06 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
osuccc_james Experts from #TheJames are talking #pancreaticcancer! Join @pancdoc @cancersurg and @klemansdl for #PancSM until 10 pm!Thu Jun 5 18:27:24 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc RT @cancersurg: With locally advanced pancreas cancer advances are baby steps but happening! Cynicism is the enemy. #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:27:33 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ekwallace8 RT @PancSMChat: MT @pancdoc: Mental preparation is key. Expect long recovery but be confident that you can pull thru #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:28:25 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat Q3: What should pancreatic cancer patients do following hospital discharge to ensure a speedy recovery? #PANCSMThu Jun 5 18:28:27 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani .@NJArellano Recent consensus about “borderline” resectable panc ca http://t.co/LLdkbfCCWv #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:28:48 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
njarellano RT @NirajGusani: .@NJArellano Recent consensus about “borderline” resectable panc ca http://t.co/LLdkbfCCWv #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:28:55 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc @PancSMChat A3: be patient. have confidence. communicate with surgical team about problems/concern. did i say be patient? #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:29:30 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat Thanks for joining us @cancersurg @klemansdl @EKWallace8! #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:29:32 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
subatomicdoc RT @NirajGusani: .@NJArellano Recent consensus about “borderline” resectable panc ca http://t.co/LLdkbfCCWv #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:29:35 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani .@NJArellano also @mkatzmd and his group have done much work in this area to help define and understand resectability #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:29:42 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ambrygenetics RT “@PancSMChat: Q3: What should #pancreaticcancer patients do following hospital discharge to ensure a speedy recovery? #PANCSMThu Jun 5 18:29:47 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ambrygenetics RT @pancdoc: @PancSMChat A3: be patient. have confidence. communicate with surgical team about problems/concern. did i say be patient?#panThu Jun 5 18:30:00 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancancolumbus RT @OSUCCC_James: Experts from #TheJames are talking #pancreaticcancer! Join @pancdoc @cancersurg and @klemansdl for #PancSM until 10 pm!Thu Jun 5 18:30:01 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
mkatzmd Key in postop period is patience and attitude. totally agree 100% #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:30:03 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
klemansdl @PancSMChat Understand discharge instructions, communicate well with team #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:30:30 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancan Facing #pancreaticcancer? Learn more about different types of surgery http://t.co/DA6VHEJoPC #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:30:45 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani This is like major repair for car- if you hear a noise 1 week later, often just need a tuneup, doesn’t mean engine is gonna fall out #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:31:48 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
njarellano @mkatzmd I agree #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:32:03 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
mkatzmd I advise prescribe nutritional supplements both preoperatively and postoperatively. #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:32:14 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani @PanCAN thanks for this great resource – you guys produce great educ materials for #PancreaticCancer patients #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:32:25 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ambrygenetics Great resource! “@PanCAN: Facing #pancreaticcancer? Learn more about different types of surgery http://t.co/4dPstBgAAn #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:32:28 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
lizlincolnwritr RT @PanCAN: Facing #pancreaticcancer? Learn more about different types of surgery http://t.co/DA6VHEJoPC #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:32:34 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
caylin13 RT @PanCAN: Facing #pancreaticcancer? Learn more about different types of surgery http://t.co/DA6VHEJoPC #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:32:45 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat RT @PanCAN: Facing #pancreaticcancer? Learn more about different types of surgery http://t.co/CvgP3JM2Dw #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:32:51 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani .@mkatzmd Yes – and physical activity is key… we are studying a prehabilitation program for pts http://t.co/3pz6a12Qrk #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:33:33 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
mkatzmd Yes. Our interest as well. Incredibly important. #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:34:00 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
jcmanu66 RT @AmbryGenetics: Great resource! “@PanCAN: Facing #pancreaticcancer? Learn more about different types of surgery http://t.co/4dPstBgAAn#…Thu Jun 5 18:34:19 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ekwallace8 MT @pancdoc @PancSMChat A3: be patient. have confidence. communicate w/surgical team about problems. did i say be patient? #pancsm#pancsmThu Jun 5 18:35:00 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat Q4: We touched on difficulty eating, but what other side effects should patients recovering from surgery expect? #PANCSMThu Jun 5 18:35:26 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani RT @pancdoc: @PancSMChat A3: be patient. have confidence. communicate with surgical team about problems/concern. did i say be patient?#panThu Jun 5 18:35:35 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
hcaoncnursenav RT @NirajGusani: .@NJArellano Recent consensus about “borderline” resectable panc ca http://t.co/LLdkbfCCWv #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:35:39 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc @PancSMChat A4: Bowel problems are common. particularly diarrhea #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:36:08 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
mkatzmd I would say the major one is being tired easily #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:36:11 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat MT @NirajGusani: @PSHResearch studying a prehabilitation program for #pancreaticcancer patients: http://t.co/5l1wDgrzba #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:36:24 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ambrygenetics RT @PancSMChat: Q4: We touched on difficulty eating, but what other side effects should patients recovering from surgery expect? #PANCSMThu Jun 5 18:36:37 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc @mkatzmd agree. fatigue last the longest. requires good nutrition and exercise to improve #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:36:48 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani T4 I tell everyone to expect 2 months or longer before full recovery – this is a long process – but full recovery is goal #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:36:48 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
mkatzmd and the other major one is depression. essentially everybody. #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:36:57 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
klemansdl Also goes beyond physical symptoms – psychosocial issues (work, relationship strain, depression) #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:37:02 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
dianereidylagun @dianereidylagun eating can also be difficult. small frequent meals are key. #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:37:20 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc @NirajGusani I tell patients “solid 6 months of recovery” #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:37:27 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani .@klemansdl yes – important issues both in recovery and survivorship #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:37:34 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
mkatzmd Agree completely. 6 months to recovery. #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:37:44 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat What is the ideal amount of physical activity after undergoing surgery? #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:37:50 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ekwallace8 So true! RT @klemansdl Also goes beyond physical symptoms – psychosocial issues (work, relationship strain, depression) #pancsm #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:38:06 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
mkatzmd I’m not sure you can really “over-do” it! #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:38:19 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc @PancSMChat ideal activity is as much as can be tolerated. #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:38:24 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc RT @mkatzmd I’m not sure you can really “over-do” it! #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:38:29 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani .@PancSMChat Your body will tell you – push yourself to do a little bit more phys activity each day – don’t need to run a marathon! #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:38:32 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
njarellano @PancSMChat nausea vomiting or heartburn can lead to difficulty eating “gastric ileus” or temporary paralysis of the stomach #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:38:49 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat What do you recommend for patients experiencing depression or other psychosocial issues? #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:39:01 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc I find patients are afraid they are fragile inside. Don’t worry, you won’t break. Be active! #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:39:04 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat RT @pancdoc: I find patients are afraid they are fragile inside. Don’t worry, you won’t break. Be active! #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:39:14 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Yes – can’t hurt yourself by walking, doing physical activity @pancdoc #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:39:47 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
mkatzmd Depression can be hard to deal with effectively because many patients are afraid/ashamed to address it #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:39:53 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancan @PanCAN recommends that all patients consider clinical trials when exploring treatment options #pancsm http://t.co/4ClX4hHgc6Thu Jun 5 18:40:02 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc @PancSMChat Must ask for help. Although not a chemical depression, sadness and dejection can be treated with meds #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:40:06 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ambrygenetics RT @mkatzmd: I would say the major one is being tired easily #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:40:27 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ekwallace8 MT @NirajGusani Your body will tell you – push yourself to do a little more activity each day -don’t need to run a marathon! #PancSM #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:40:32 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Yes – ideally would have psychosocial counseling & support available – but often have to rely on caregivers, family doc, pastor, etc #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:40:44 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
klemansdl @PancSMChat Communicate with providers – be honest. Our Panc Ca Survivorship clinic helps address & normalize. Meds, Counseling #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:40:44 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
dianereidylagun @dianereidylagun In the beginning it should be slow and steady, patients WILL turn the corner and feel better. #pancSMThu Jun 5 18:41:09 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
subatomicdoc @mkatzmd Common in many cancers, but I do see emotional distress a lot in pancreatic cancer, too. #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:41:12 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
mkatzmd I’d like to hear more about the survivorship clinic. that sounds awesome #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:41:16 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc I think of myself as a glorified cheerleader. Patients sometimes feels they will never get better. I just cheer them on. You will! #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:41:25 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Yes – no all you can eat buffets! @NJArellano @PancSMChat #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:41:30 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
osuccc_james MT @klemansdl: Communicate with providers – be honest. Our Panc Ca Survivorship clinic helps address & normalize. Meds, Counseling #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:41:35 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani A very important issue – impt to screen for sub-clinical Emot Distress @subatomicdoc @mkatzmd #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:42:18 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat Any special dietary recommendations? RT @NirajGusani Yes – no all you can eat buffets! @NJArellano @PancSMChat #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:42:28 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc @mkatzmd Survivorship clinic begins at diagnosis. Addresses emotional, social, physical, and financial stressors #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:42:36 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
jonessurgery @pancdoc Great to see you on here, doc, esp working with @NirajGusani! #pancsm is a wonderful project—best of luck!Thu Jun 5 18:42:54 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Yes – me too – we have one but would love to share best practices @mkatzmd @pancdoc #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:42:59 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
njarellano @NirajGusani @PancSMChat #pancsm important to remember to drink fluid to stay hydratedThu Jun 5 18:42:59 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ekwallace8 RT @pancdoc @mkatzmd Survivorship clinic begins at diagnosis. Addresses emotional, social, physical, and financial stressors #pancsm #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:43:09 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
njarellano RT @PancSMChat: Any special dietary recommendations? RT @NirajGusani Yes – no all you can eat buffets! @NJArellano @PancSMChat#PancSMThu Jun 5 18:43:26 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani RT @NJArellano: @NirajGusani @PancSMChat #pancsm important to remember to drink fluid to stay hydratedThu Jun 5 18:43:28 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
klemansdl @mkatzmd We start a day 1 – distress screen, psychsoc support, care coord, referrals (ie tob cessation, psych) #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:43:43 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
osuccc_james RT @pancdoc: Survivorship clinic begins at diagnosis. Addresses emotional, social, physical, and financial stressors #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:43:46 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Yes – I tell pts to hydrate until urine almost clear @NJArellano @PancSMChat #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:43:50 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
njarellano RT @NirajGusani: Yes – I tell pts to hydrate until urine almost clear @NJArellano @PancSMChat #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:44:02 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
caylin13 RT @PanCAN: @PanCAN recommends that all patients consider clinical trials when exploring treatment options #pancsm http://t.co/4ClX4hHgc6Thu Jun 5 18:44:11 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
mkatzmd @klemansdl that’s really fantastic. #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:44:23 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc @jonessurgery @NirajGusani Thanks. good to see you here. #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:44:27 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ekwallace8 MT @OSUCCC_James @klemansdl: Communicate w/providers – be honest. Our Panc Ca Survivorship clinic helps address & normalize #pancsm#pancsmThu Jun 5 18:44:27 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani And support groups can be very beneficial… also social work support to deal with job/ins issues, FMLA, etc @klemansdl @mkatzmd #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:44:45 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc Fluids are all I even offer while in hospital. I have patients try solids slowly over time at home #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:45:34 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
giantbuckeye RT @OSUCCC_James: Experts from #TheJames are talking #pancreaticcancer! Join @pancdoc @cancersurg and @klemansdl for #PancSM until 10 pm!Thu Jun 5 18:45:34 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Hi @jonessurgery – recovered from #igsjc ? #PancSM – talk about cross-pollinationThu Jun 5 18:45:37 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
jonessurgery @cancersurg Great to see you on here, too! I may not be a surgical oncologist, but I’m thrilled to see #pancsm bringing out good ones!Thu Jun 5 18:45:54 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat Q5: How are cancer centers around the country working to improve pancreatic cancer surgical treatments and outcomes? #PANCSMThu Jun 5 18:46:11 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani RT #PancSM @NJArellano: working w the clinical nutritionist in order to create a handout so patient can anticipate what to expect after rxThu Jun 5 18:46:31 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
njarellano RT @NirajGusani: RT #PancSM @NJArellano: working w the clinical nutritionist in order to create a handout so patient can anticipate what to…Thu Jun 5 18:46:46 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Thanks for participating… please add #PancSM to all tweet to help us capture your thoughts…Thu Jun 5 18:46:57 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
mkatzmd The key to improving pancreatic surgical outcomes is to surround the surgeon with a team that makes him/her look good #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:47:24 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc @PancSMChat A5: cancer centers build teams to address specific diseases in a multidisciplinary fashion. huge help in all phases #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:47:33 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Hi Carl – are you practicing your “leadership” skills? @jonessurgery @cancersurg #pancSM @pancdocThu Jun 5 18:48:04 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc Amen! RT @mkatzmd The key to improving pancreatic surgical outcomes is to surround the surgeon with a team #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:48:17 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
klemansdl @PancSMChat Acknowledging the distress of patients AND caregivers. Help w/ emot, soc, phys, spiritual well-being #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:48:37 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
jonessurgery @NirajGusani Barely recovered from #igsjc & full live tweet of #acspcp: 400 tweets in three days. #pancsm not my thing, but great to see!Thu Jun 5 18:48:44 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ekwallace8 MT @pancdoc A5: cancer centers build teams 2 address specif diseases in a multidisciplinary fashion. huge help in all phases #pancsm #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:49:14 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Yes – echo @pancdoc @mkatzmd @PancSMChat it’s all about a good team #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:49:14 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat .@NirajGusani and @mkatzmd briefly touched on studies related to #pancreaticcancer surgery earlier. Can you expand on research? #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:49:20 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani .@pancdoc @mkatzmd – need skilled folks across the spectrum to adequately and optimally treat #PancreaticCancer #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:49:51 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
njarellano @PancSMChat improving outcomes #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:50:03 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani RT @klemansdl: @PancSMChat Acknowledging the distress of patients AND caregivers. Help w/ emot, soc, phys, spiritual well-being #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:50:04 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
osuccc_james MT @pancdoc: Cancer centers build teams to address specific diseases in a multidisciplinary fashion. huge help in all phases #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:50:09 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancan Since ’02, the PALS program has provided info and resources to > 80,000 patients and families. Let us help you! #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:50:15 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc RT @PanCAN Since ’02, the PALS program has provided info and resources to > 80,000 patients and families. Let us help you! #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:50:30 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
caylin13 RT @PanCAN: Since ’02, the PALS program has provided info and resources to > 80,000 patients and families. Let us help you! #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:50:33 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ekwallace8 MT @klemansdl @PancSMChat Acknowledging distress of patients AND caregivers. Help w/ emot, soc, phys, spiritual well-being #pancsm #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:50:35 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
dianereidylagun @dianereidylagun @sloan_kettering this disease demands a team effort – lab scientists, docs nurses all work together to do better #pancSMThu Jun 5 18:50:41 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat MT @NirajGusani: Need skilled folks across the spectrum to adequately and optimally treat #PancreaticCancer #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:50:46 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat MT @DianeReidyLagun: This disease demands a team effort – lab scientists, docs, nurses all work together to do better. #pancSMThu Jun 5 18:51:17 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Grt prog RT @PanCAN: Since ’02, the PALS program has provided info and resources to > 80,000 patients and families. Let us help you! #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:51:27 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
njarellano @PancSMChat Early detection, accurate diagnosis and appropriate intervention are the keys to survival #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:51:34 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat RT @NJArellano: Early detection, accurate diagnosis and appropriate intervention are the keys to survival #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:51:51 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ambrygenetics RT @DianeReidyLagun: @dianereidylagun @sloan_kettering this disease demands a team effort – lab scientists, docs nurses all work together …Thu Jun 5 18:51:53 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ekwallace8 RT @NJArellano @PancSMChat Early detection, accurate diagnosis and appropriate intervention are the keys to survival #pancsm #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:52:02 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
njarellano RT @PancSMChat: RT @NJArellano: Early detection, accurate diagnosis and appropriate intervention are the keys to survival #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:52:04 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ambrygenetics RT @PancSMChat: MT @NirajGusani: Need skilled folks across the spectrum to adequately and optimally treat #PancreaticCancer #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:52:11 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ambrygenetics RT @NJArellano: @PancSMChat Early detection, accurate diagnosis and appropriate intervention are the keys to survival #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:52:21 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ambrygenetics RT @PancSMChat: RT @NJArellano: Early detection, accurate diagnosis and appropriate intervention are the keys to survival #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:52:32 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Research: At @PennStHershey we focus on optimizing periop outcomes by addressing frailty, Qual of Life, phys activ & survivship #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:53:39 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani RT @EKWallace8: RT @NJArellano @PancSMChat Early detection, accurate diagnosis and appropriate intervention are the keys to survival#pancsThu Jun 5 18:54:14 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani RT @NJArellano: @PancSMChat Early detection, accurate diagnosis and appropriate intervention are the keys to survival #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:54:25 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani RT @PancSMChat: MT @DianeReidyLagun: This disease demands a team effort – lab scientists, docs, nurses all work together to do better. #panThu Jun 5 18:54:32 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancan We have more than 100 survivor stories on our website! Read about their stories of #hope http://t.co/IOBxfXEbih #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:55:10 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
dianereidylagun @dianereidylagun there is a huge international scientific effort to better understand the disease #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:55:11 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat RT @DianeReidyLagun: there is a huge international scientific effort to better understand the disease #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:55:26 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
caylin13 RT @PanCAN: We have more than 100 survivor stories on our website! Read about their stories of #hope http://t.co/IOBxfXEbih #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:55:36 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ekwallace8 RT @DianeReidyLagun @dianereidylagun there is a huge international scientific effort to better understand the disease #pancsm #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:55:53 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
njarellano @PancSMChat combination of leading-edge diagnostic techniques, refined surgical procedures & effective drug rx available = new hope #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:55:54 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc Great discussion tonite. Keep the conversation going throughout the month. Looking forward to next month. Maybe we can talk research #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:56:17 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Yes – much great research underway – slowly but surely improving outcomes but still a long way to go… @DianeReidyLagun #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:56:18 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
njarellano RT @PancSMChat: RT @DianeReidyLagun: there is a huge international scientific effort to better understand the disease #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:56:32 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat RT @NirajGusani Yes – much great research underway – slowly but surely improving outcomes but still a long way to go… #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:56:37 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
mkatzmd @pancdoc I’m in! #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:56:40 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
dianereidylagun @dianereidylagun At MSK we just opened the Rubenstein Center for Pancreatic Research. #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:56:41 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
jeffhoover17 RT @PanCAN: We have more than 100 survivor stories on our website! Read about their stories of #hope http://t.co/IOBxfXEbih #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:56:44 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ekwallace8 MT @pancdoc Great discussion tonite. Keep the conversation going. Looking forward to next month. Maybe we can talk research #pancsm #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:56:50 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat We’re almost out of time for tonight! Any other information to share with folks about recovering from pancreatic surgery? #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:56:51 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ambrygenetics Beautiful! RT “@PanCAN: We have more than 100 survivor stories on our website! Read stories of #hope http://t.co/CzNfu3C0LB #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:57:07 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Yes – key message from tonight is that there is HOPE for patients with @PancreaticCancer #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:57:12 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ambrygenetics RT @NJArellano: @PancSMChat combination of leading-edge diagnostic techniques, refined surgical procedures & effective drug rx available = …Thu Jun 5 18:57:25 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani RT @DianeReidyLagun: @dianereidylagun At MSK we just opened the Rubenstein Center for Pancreatic Research. #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:57:27 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc RT @NirajGusani Yes – key message from tonight is that there is HOPE for patients with @PancreaticCancer #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:57:29 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ambrygenetics RT @NirajGusani: Yes – key message from tonight is that there is HOPE for patients with @PancreaticCancer #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:57:47 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
ekwallace8 RT @NirajGusani Yes – key message from tonight is that there is HOPE for patients with @PancreaticCancer #PancSM #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:57:49 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
drewshirleymd @pancdoc that topic gets my vote! #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:57:54 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Yes – could spend hours discussing research – very important and very exciting! @pancdoc #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:58:10 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
drewshirleymd RT @NirajGusani: Yes – key message from tonight is that there is HOPE for patients with @PancreaticCancer #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:58:21 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
dianereidylagun @dianereidylagun we are all fighting for that cure together- we are traveling the journey wiht you. #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:58:40 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
njarellano @NirajGusani Yes ! Hope to patients and families #pancsmThu Jun 5 18:58:42 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancdoc RT @DianeReidyLagun @dianereidylagun we are all fighting for that cure together- we are traveling the journey wiht you. #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:58:50 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani RT @DianeReidyLagun: @dianereidylagun we are all fighting for that cure together- we are traveling the journey wiht you. #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:58:58 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat RT @DianeReidyLagun: we are all fighting for that cure together- we are traveling the journey with you. #PancSMThu Jun 5 18:59:19 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
nirajgusani Thanks to our @pancSMchat moderators and to @pancdoc @DianeReidyLagun @mkatzmd and all contributors for a great 1st #PancSM chatThu Jun 5 18:59:54 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
pancsmchat Thank you all for joining us tonight! See you on July 3 at 9 pm ET for the next #PANCSM chat! Looks like we’ll be talking research! 🙂Thu Jun 5 19:00:03 PDT 2014 ReplyRetweetFavorite
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