The Jordan-Rieger Fund for

Pancreatic Cancer Research

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Started by Families to Help Save Yours

The Jordan-Rieger Fund for Pancreatic Cancer at Purdue University Center for Cancer Research is a collaboration of two families to help educate and provide funds for the detection, diagnosis and cure of pancreatic cancer. We hope to stimulate collaborations between Purdue University and other pancreatic cancer researchers to quickly move promising technologies to the patient eliminating this horrible cancer.

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Raising Money for Innovative Research

The Jordan-Rieger Fund was instrumental in re-energizing the Pancreatic Working Group which facilitates the consistent and productive exchange of ideas between Purdue University and Indiana University with 19 clinicians and 24 basic scientists for the understanding, prevention and treatment of pancreatic cancer. We strive to have scientists and engineers join forces to design and develop new technologies and devices to detect pancreatic cancer in its earliest stages.

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We Have Currently Raised Over $125,00.00

Pancreatic Cancer is often misdiagnosed and is found too late for any kind of curative treatment or surgery. The survival of patients with pacreatic cancer is relatively low and has not changed in 40 years. Last year we awarded our first research grant over $46,000 to Dr. Mark Kelley, Ph. D. at Indiana University. With your help, the Jordan-Rieger Fund can continue to make great advances in finding a cure.

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