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Searching For A Cure

Sheila Sky Kasselman was a doting grandmother enjoying in life when she started to feel depressed.

“I also lost a ton of weight. I was nauseous all the time. I became diabetic. And then I wasn’t diabetic. So, I had a lot of symptoms and then I jaundiced,” explained Kasselman.

In September of 2007, doctors explained why – pancreatic cancer.

“When I was diagnosed not all that long ago, there was no one talking about this disease. It was a silent cancer. And I decided that if I lived, I was going to shout. And I’m still shouting.”

Kasselman is “shouting” through her non-profit she created months after her successful whipple surgery back in 2008.

The Sky Foundation aims to raise awareness about the disease and funding for innovative research.

Check out the VIDEO segment and full article HERE.