Policy & Campaigning
I class myself as a lucky man
Chris was quickly diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and, fortunately, was able to have life-saving surgery. Passionate about raising awareness, he is now backing our Unite-Diagnose-SaveLives campaign.
Early diagnosis: a doctor’s perspective
A&E doctor, Harriet Evans writes in support of our Unite-Diagnose-SaveLives campaign by sharing the story of how she lost her dad to pancreatic cancer.
No-deal Brexit – and pancreatic cancer
We looked at all the information to see what Brexit could mean for the pancreatic cancer community. Accessing the impact of no deal for patients access to medicines and participation in clinical trials.
Demand Faster Treatment goes to Stormont
Read our blog about the Demand Faster Treatment petition hand-in at Stormont in Northern Ireland
Demand Faster Treatment goes to the National Assembly for Wales
Following successful petition hand-ins at Westminster and Holyrood earlier in the week, we next headed to the National Assembly for Wales in Cardiff to bring the demand for faster pancreatic cancer treatment to Wales.
Demand Faster Treatment goes to the Scottish Parliament
Still feeling inspired from our Demand Faster Treatment petition hand-in to No.10 Downing Street the previous day, on Tuesday 5th March we gathered outside the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh for the hand-in to the Scottish Government.
Demand Faster Treatment goes to Downing Street
What the long-term NHS plan says for people with pancreatic cancer
On Monday 7th January, NHS England finally released the new NHS long-term plan, which sets out the strategic priorities for the NHS over the next 10 years in England.