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

A forum for advanced pancreatic cancer issues

A forum specifically for patients only to use (e.g. newly diagnosed, recovering from surgery, having chemotherapy or patients in follow up).

A forum for any other issues around pancreatic cancer

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Brian - diagnosed in 2014 with inoperable pancreatice cancer. One day my son questioned me about my health (are you all right Dad?). In fact I was and had planned a week walking in the Lake District two weeks later. The very next day I became jaundiced. An urgent visit to the GP and hospital, and later that day, the doctor informed me that I may have a tumour.

My cancer journey began shortly after I retired from teaching at 60. I was a fit and healthy woman looking forward to spending time with her grandchildren and having time for travel and hobbies when I was diagnosed with bowel cancer. I had surgery followed by 9 months of gruelling chemotherapy. I recovered from this and was getting back to my normal life. Three years later, after one of my regular check-ups 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!!

Steve, 58, diagnosed in 2012 with inoperable pancreatic adenocarcinoma in the uncinate process - With hindsight, losing 15Kg in a little over two months should have rung alarm bells, but I was perfectly fit, active and really enjoying life.

Posted by:Policy and campaigning team 11 December 2014

Today supporters, patients and MPs joine dour CEO Alex Ford to hand in our petition to save Abraxane and letter to the Prime Minster at No. 10 Downing Street!

Posted by:Policy and campaigning team 20 November 2014

Today the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence has produced new draft guidelines for GPs on referring patients with possible suspected cancer. 

Posted by:Policy and campaigning team 19 November 2014

We headed north to join our Scottish supporters in Holyrood to raise awareness of pancreatic cancer with Scottish MPs!

RT @karen8700: Affected by Pancreatic cancer ? Next meeting is on 7th January. Please email for venue and further details http://t.co/lehbB…

@PancreaticCanUK - 12 hours ago