Each year, more than 64,000 Americans are diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer, and less than 11% of those diagnosed will survive more than 5 years. These people are not just numbers to us. They’re our mothers and fathers, sisters and brothers, friends, and neighbors who were taken away from us by this deadly disease. For us, Pancreatic Cancer is personal.
We understand that the best chance of saving lives is through early detection. Rolfe funds research to improve outcomes in early detection and treatment options.
Understanding the unique needs of our families is a cornerstone of our approach. We’re on the front line, calling doctors, and hospitals to expedite referral processes.
Pancreatic Cancer is often found too late. Rolfe Foundation raises awareness of risk factors and symptoms through education and outreach.