Clint's Story - Pancreatic Cancer

Clint's story

- Pancreatic cancer

Clint was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2005. He was later told that he had eight tumours on his liver, and that his cancer was incurable.

“I was absolutely devastated. I had chemotherapy, radiotherapy and more surgery but I felt okay, and it stabilised my cancer. I try and remain as healthy as possible so I can stay on the treatment the oncologists are giving me. It’s been tough during COVID, as I’ve been marked vulnerable and have had to stay at home.”

We filmed with Clint and his family in 2012. He continues to have treatment however he is fit, healthy and living life to the full. Since making the film, Clint has made a new career as a flying instructor. He has also rekindled his love for cricket, along with his two sons and he was the highest scorer for his local club in 2020.

Find out about the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of pancreatic cancer.

Clint and his sons with a cricket back

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