A forum for family, friends and carers of pancreatic cancer patients.

A forum for advanced pancreatic cancer issues

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I was diagnosed in 2009 with operable pancreatic cancer. I was told that I was a priority for a Whipple’s operation. The date was set about 8 weeks from the initial diagnosis scan.

In October 2014 (exactly 1 week before my 44th Birthday) I was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. I had some odd symptoms, that it turns out that I was very lucky to have, as a tumour had developed in the head of my pancreas. They meant that the tumour was caught early.

My cancer journey began shortly after I retired from teaching at 60. I was a fit and healthy woman when I was diagnosed with bowel cancer. I recovered from this and was getting back to my normal life when, three years later, I was staggered to be told they had found something in my pancreas. In my naivety I didn't think I could have cancer twice!

Posted by:Policy and campaigning 3 March 2015

Our contribution to the development of a new cancer strategy for England and the NHS. Read on to find out how we'd make it better for pancreatic cancer patients and their families.

Posted by:Policy and campaigning 19 February 2015

We've been in Scotland this week raising awareness of pancreatic cancer amongst MSPs.

Posted by:Guest author 26 January 2015

We held our third pancreatic cancer summit in January 2015, bringing together those at the forefront of pancreatic cancer research, clicnical excellence and patient care. 

RT @research_ramble: #NAEDIconf moving on to investigate emergency presentation of symptoms. Significant issue for pancreatic cancer patien…

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