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Health Professionals

Learning and development

30 November 2020

2020 has done a very good job of derailing everyone’s plans. That includes our grand plan to deliver an assortment of face-to-face training and events across the UK to connect, develop and inspire more pancreatic cancer health professionals. Bur we embraced the digital world and adapted our events for a virtual audience.

 

PCAM 2020: A year to remember

30 November 2020

2020 is a year to remember in so many ways, but November 2020 will definitely go down in history as the year we saw the pancreatic cancer community rally together to make an impact like never before.

 

Catherine Wines

16 November 2020

We are very sorry to learn that Catherine Wines, co-founder of World Remit and a supporter of Pancreatic Cancer UK has passed away from pancreatic cancer.

Policy & Campaigning

Spearheading the Less Survivable Cancers Taskforce

4 November 2020

Pancreatic Cancer survival rates have not changed in 50 years. We knew that if we were to make the decision makers listen, we would have to make our voices louder.

Support

Our Support Line turns 10

4 November 2020

Here we interview Jeni, our longest standing member of the Specialist Nurse Team at Pancreatic Cancer UK. She’s witnessed radical changes in the running of the service over the last 10 years.

Health Professionals

Exciting research hope – our Grand Challenge

25 August 2020

Our Head of Research, Chris Macdonald caught up with Professor John Marshall, Barts Cancer Institute, to get an update on the Pancreatic Cancer UK Grand Challenge award

 

A small step that gives our campaigns tremendous power

5 July 2019

We analyse publicly available data from cancer registries to identify the key issues that impact diagnosis, care and treatment of people with pancreatic cancer, and use this data to evidence and inform our campaigns.

 

Information about the supply of Creon 40,000

28 February 2019

The company that makes Creon will not be making Creon 40,000 from June 2019.

 

Younger patients diagnosed later

7 May 2014

[From 2014] Younger pancreatic cancer patients, including those in their 30s and 40s, are more likely than older patients to experience delayed diagnosis and to be misdiagnosed, a major new survey has found.