Pancreatic Cancer

Enger Tower Lit Purple for Pancreatic Cancer Awareness

DULUTH, Minn. — On Friday, the city of Duluth lit Enger Tower purple on this pancreatic cancer awareness month. Mayor Emily Larson signed a proclamation declaring today ‘World Pancreatic Cancer Day.’ It’s all to help raise awareness about the third leading cause of cancer deaths in the U.S. One Duluth woman was there tonight to honor her father who lost…

Raising Awareness for Pancreatic Cancer

In Minnesota alone, 780 deaths will occur from Pancreatic Cancer this year

DULUTH, Minn.- Every year, 55,000 Americans are diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer. There’s no exact cause known, other than smoking and obesity having a strong link to the disease. And on Monday night, one women affected by the disease hosted an event to raise awareness. In Minnesota alone, 780 deaths will occur from Pancreatic Cancer this year, which is one of…

Pam’s Purpose: Heart Petals Helping Heal for the Future

In This FOX 21 Special Report, You'll Meet a Woman in Duluth Making the Most out of a Life Changing Situation

DULUTH, Minn. – Thursday, November 15 is World Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Day. In Duluth, Enger Tower will be lit purple, and awareness will be raised across the world. But it doesn’t stop the facts from sounding the alarm. This year, it’s estimated more than 55,000 Americans will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Health officials say more than 44,000 will die…