My name is Tom Leitzke. I was born and raised in Sandusky, Ohio, and was living as an expatriate in Japan, managing global operations for a publicly-traded robotics company when I was diagnosed with perihilar cholangiocarcinoma (stage 3B) in 2007. I was 58.

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My name is Alie Plouff, and I am a volunteer and former caregiver with the Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation. I first discovered the Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation when my parents returned home from the Annual Conference in Salt Lake City in 2016.

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My name is Libby Wolfe. I live in Pewaukee, Wisconsin. I grew up in Connecticut, went to college in Virginia, and moved to Chicago in the 1970s. In Chicago, I worked as a property manager for a Real Estate firm.

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“Cholangiocarcinoma sucks, it’s a tough, tough cancer.  Being difficult to diagnose, often diagnosed in later stages, and having limited treatment options, we knew we wanted to see how we could maybe help change that for future CCA patients” explained Jan Meyer, a current cholangiocarcinoma (CCA) patient. Recently, the Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation had the opportunity to interview Jan…

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