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I had a Whipple’s operation, followed by chemotherapy to mop up any stray cancer cells. I was to have 6 cycles of gemcitabine with each cycle consisting of 3 weeks of chemo and one week off so it would all take 6 months.

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.

This is my journey from diagnosis until present day. I am just an ordinary 49-year-old male who has led an active life.

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. 

Posted by:Policy and campaigning 16 January 2015

The first pancreatic cancer debate of 2015 has been held in Westminster thanks to Nic Dakin MP.

RT @WalkTheCourses: Make sure you're watching Get In! on @AtTheRaces tonight at 6:20, Richard will be doing a live phone interview! RT and …

@PancreaticCanUK - 14 hours ago