Policy & Campaigning
Stand with Mihika to fight for early diagnosis
You may recognise Mihika as one of the faces of our Unite, Diagnose, Save Lives campaign that launched last week. Like so many of our loved ones, Mihika’s husband Jay heard these devastating words when he was finally diagnosed; “Sorry it’s too late. We can’t save you.”
Our response to the Scotland Cancer Strategy consultation
During April and May 2022, the Scottish Government ran a public consultation on a new national cancer strategy. Find out what we're calling for in our response.
What we want to see in the 10-year cancer plan
Back in February, the Government announced a ‘War on Cancer’, the main weapon of which is a new 10 year Cancer Plan which will take us through to 2032 and aim to transform cancer care across the UK.
PERT in the spotlight
A New ‘War on Cancer’
Emily from our Policy and Campaigns team blogs about the Health Secretary’s commitment to waging a new ‘war on cancer’ and how this should look for pancreatic cancer.
We took PERT to parliament!
Representing Less Survival Cancers in Parliament
On 10th November, we joined forces with the Less Survivable Cancer Taskforce to give evidence to the Health and Social Care Committee, addressing the dire outcomes for certain cancer types in the UK, including pancreatic cancer.
Let’s take PERT to parliament!
Our response to calls for cancer nurse funding as shortage leaves health professionals struggling to deliver vital care
Our director of Support, Research and Influencing at Pancreatic Cancer UK, Anna Jewell, responds to the call for a ring-fenced Cancer Nurse Training Fund.
Join our first Campaigns Community event
Our response to reports of disruption to pancreatic cancer services in Northern Ireland
Our Head of Scotland and Northern Ireland, Dawn Crosby, responds to reports of disruption to pancreatic cancer services in Northern Ireland.
NHS England announce audit of pancreatic cancer treatment and care
Pancreatic Cancer UK's Head of Policy, Intelligence and Campaigns, Danni Manzi, responds to NHS England's announcement.