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Dorothy - Interview 20

In 2007 Dorothy's doctor found she had an inoperable pancreatic tumour which he suspected was malignant. She is not having treatment now because the doctor said that it wouldn't help much but would harm her quality of life. Dorothy feels quite well.

  • Background

    Dorothy is a housewife. She has three children. Ethnic background/nationality: White British.

  • Age at interview 81
  • Sex/Gender Female
  • John - Interview 21

    John's first wife, Ann, became jaundiced in 1997 and had various investigations and surgery but biopsies were inconclusive. She developed secondaries in her liver 9 months later and was told it was terminal pancreatic cancer. She died 3 months later.

  • Background

    John is a retired pensions manager. He is married for the second time and has 2 adult children. Ethnic background: White English.

  • Age at interview 69
  • Sex/Gender Male
  • Richard - Interview 22

    Richard was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2009. He had chemotherapy followed by chemoradiotherapy. In April 2010 a CT scan found small marks on his liver. He has had an MRI scan and is waiting for results. He feels tired at times but otherwise well.

  • Background

    Richard was a finance director for a multi-national company. He is now retired. He is divorced and has three children. Nationality/ethnic background: White British.

  • Age at interview 59
  • Sex/Gender Male