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BY Jane Mooney

Sometimes knowledge is not all it’s cracked up to be. So, when I was diagnosed with stage IV pancreatic cancer in July 2016, I told Dr. Robert Wolff I didn’t want to know anything.

As an academic, I knew I had the means to understand the information. But I also knew that anything that went in my mind would stay there and bounce around. And if nothing was in there, then there was nothing to fear. So, I made my brother, sister and...

Pancreatic cancer survivor Jane Mooney with her daughter, Claire

BY Jane Mooney

Nothing could have shocked me more than being diagnosed with stage IV pancreatic cancer in July 2016. The year I turned 54, I thought my biggest...

BY Jane Mooney

Two summers ago, my daughter Claire was about to start her freshman year at the University of Alabama. So, I thought being a 54-year-old empty-nester...