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Sofia Garcia

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February 18, 2021

Pancreatic Enzymes and Pancreatitis: My Experience

Road towards a pancreatitis diagnosis #Creoninthewild Hawaii My journey with pancreatitis started when I was about 10 years old. Throughout my years in school (elementary, middle and high school), I was misdiagnosed with a “sensitive stomach.” My pain was not taken seriously by doctors. I was sent to several counselors while I was in college because, despite my symptoms, doctors…
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February 4, 2021

Patient Advocacy Resources

Air Charity Network Air Charity Network provides access for people in need who are seeking free air transportation to specialized health care facilities or distant destinations due to family, community, or national crisis. Air Charity Network serves all 50 states and its volunteer pilots utilize their own aircraft, fuel and time to provide free air transportation to medical facilities for citizens who are financially distressed or…
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February 3, 2021

Now Hiring: Summer 2021 Volunteer Communications Internship

About Mission: Cure Mission: Cure was founded in 2017 to find effective treatments and, ultimately, a cure for pancreatitis, an extremely painful, degenerative and costly disease. Led by Megan Golden, a leader in innovative, outcome-based financing such as “Social Impact Bonds,” and Linda Martin, a veteran technology entrepreneur, Mission: Cure is pioneering a new funding model that creates new incentives…
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February 3, 2021

Now Hiring: Summer 2021 Volunteer Internship

About Mission: Cure Mission: Cure was founded in 2017 to find effective treatments and, ultimately, a cure for pancreatitis-- an extremely painful, degenerative and costly disease. Led by Megan Golden, a leader in innovative, outcome-based financing such as “Social Impact Bonds,” and Linda Martin, a veteran technology entrepreneur, Mission: Cure is pioneering a new funding model that creates new incentives…
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January 15, 2021

Discovering and advancing the world’s first treatments for chronic pancreatitis with Healx

We are elated to announce that Healx, an AI-powered technology company that shares our passion for patient-centered care, has chosen to team up with Mission: Cure to help find a cure for chronic pancreatitis! Mission: Cure was chosen from among many rare disease organizations to be part of Healx's Rare Treatment Accelerator Program (RTA) with the aim of starting a…
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December 18, 2020

Exceptional Pancreatitis Care Providers

Exceptional Care Award During our 2020 Moments of Hope party, we asked patients to submit the names of care providers that gave them a Moment of Hope during their disease journey. Pancreatitis is a commonly misunderstood disease, even in the medical community. New science has revealed that chronic pancreatitis is not caused by alcoholism, but rather a combination of environmental and genetic…
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December 15, 2020

Mission: Cure Co-Founder Eric Golden Elected Chair of CAPER Board

The Collaborative Alliance for Pancreatic Education and Research (CAPER) Board of Directors is delighted to announce the election of Eric Golden as Chair of the CAPER Board.  Mr. Golden is the Founder and Managing Director of Fluential Partners, LLC, a boutique investment bank.  Previously, he has served in roles ranging from CEO of a startup to General Counsel of several…
Exocrine Pancreatic InsufficiencyTopics
December 9, 2020

Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency and Pancreatic Enzymes

What is Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency (EPI)?  EPI --when the pancreas does not secrete enough digestive enzymes-- is common in people with chronic pancreatitis. This is because as the pancreas gets scarred, the part of the pancreas that generates enzymes is destroyed and thus is unable to produce these enzymes that are essential in the digestive process. Leading causes of EPI: …
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November 17, 2020

Volunteers Needed for Pancreatitis Research Study

Volunteers Needed Precision Care Network is collecting nasal cells to support research focused on improving medical care for people who have been diagnosed with pancreatitis or are at high risk for developing pancreatitis. Donating nasal cells takes less than five minutes. Eligibility Must be 18 years or older and Have a pancreatitis diagnosis, or Be at high risk of developing…
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