Thanks for your question on Health Care Magic. I can understand your husband s situation and problem. By your history and description, his pancreatic tumour is chemo sensitive. This is the reason for his stable pancreatic cancer. This is actually good sign for prognosis. Chemo sensitive pancreatic cancer is having life expectancy of more than 10 years. The problem in such patients is delayed resistance to chemotherapy. Patient develops chemotherapy resistance after 5-6 years of treatment. So we need to monitor patient every six monthly for worsening of tumour. And if worsening is there than change of chemotherapy is needed. So do regular follow up with your oncologist. He is having good prognosis within expectancy more than 10 years. Hope I have solved your query. Wishing good health to your husband. Thanks.