I was diagnosed with Li-Fraumeni syndrome after a severe and very rare pancreatic cancer. I was referred to an oncogeneticist, and the test showed a mutation in the TP53 variant. I had a leiomyosarcoma in the mesentery, and the tumor lodged in the pancreas. Today, I am doing well and feel very calm about taking care of myself and following the screening protocol. I’ve learned that we have no control over absolutely everything, but we can do our part to make life lighter and minimize damage. My advice to a newly diagnosed patient is: Stay calm, the diagnosis is not a sentence. Taking care of your mind, diet, and body is crucial. Do your part and trust that God takes care of the rest.