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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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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:Comms 13 April 2015

A fundraising gala dinner is set to be held at Wentworth Golf Club in memory of 26-year-old Robert Stella, who died of pancreatic cancer in January last year. 

Posted by:Information and support 6 March 2015

Meet the ladies who became firm friends despite pancreatic cancer, when they met on our online forum

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.

RT @keziahlvm: Vote for the charities you think should benefit from the uni's fundraising http://t.co/biwcHuWM50. I strongly recommend @Pan…

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