Transcript for Survivors of pancreatic cancer bring their fight to Capitol Hill
Can't tell you why we're here on capitol. Here enjoy playing with members of the pancreatic cancer and action network and these are people who come from all different walks of life davis' hearing their stories that meet all right. But they come here on the hill today for one purpose and one purpose only and that is to lobby for something near and dear to their hearts. Pincay cancer research. Is pain very good. Cancer found it has the lowest survival rate. In the single digits. But it's come up recently point 6% to 9%. Past forty years so we see some progress. But that progress. And the research comes. I'm so we're here at KP on capitol. Which will give us more. I'm rescue. Might come here on every year to launch its and then. Funds from. Seven years ago. Retired chief. Not feeling well. Several months didn't. When you drink. Four years after. I might not. And it seems no she's not. Feeling good. It's. Here because I. I. Really at the no idea. Sausage shop. Trying to lot of different sauces. Didn't bother him Montag. I am. Tiny room right. Officer and pain doctor. It helps. So it was an act. This man had no idea I was a party. Got my liver. Reporting from Capitol Hill pine heir to clean ABC news.
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