Let’s Win! Pancreatic Cancer

A Dynamic Way to Share Information

Let's Win! Pancreatic CancerRecognizing that there is an urgent need for patients to communicate amongst themselves and with the medical community about potentially life-changing treatments and clinical trials, we are proud to be affiliated with Let’s Win. Let’s Win is an interactive online community where patients and families can share information and experiences about new, innovative science-driven treatments and learn about the latest research, breakthroughs, and clinical trials in the fight against pancreatic cancer.

The Story Behind Let’s Win

Let’s Win was founded by Anne Glauber, a highly accomplished communications executive, pancreatic cancer patient, advocate and member of the Lustgarten Foundation’s Board of Directors. In May 2014, Anne’s life was profoundly changed when she learned that she had Stage IV pancreatic cancer. She devised a plan and tapped into a variety of resources which resulted in her living a longer, fuller life. As part of her journey, she created Let’s Win so that other pancreatic cancer patients could access the same types of resources that she was able to use. Together with Dr. Allyson Ocean, Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine, medical oncologist and attending physician in gastrointestinal oncology at Weill Cornell Medical College; Willa Shalit, a communications and digital marketing professional; our President and CEO Kerri Kaplan; and Founding Executive Director Cindy Gavin Price, Anne launched Let’s Win as a one-stop comprehensive patient resource that she had been looking for and couldn’t find when she was first diagnosed.

Photo of co-founders – from 2016 annual report

What You Find on Let’s Win

Let’s Win is a user-friendly website that is updated weekly. It contains a wealth of information including first-person treatment stories, articles on the latest research breakthroughs and clinical trials, inspiring videos and much more!

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Get inspired and connect with patients, survivors and loved ones who are all on the same journey.