We need to #ChangeTogether
Currently, 7/10 pancreatic cancer patients will not be given any kind of surgery, chemotherapy or radiotherapy.
People with other common cancers are also twice as likely to have life extending treatment or life saving treatment as people with pancreatic cancer.
This means that sadly still in 2018, 80% of people diagnosed with pancreatic cancer will not survive for a year.
It is clear the way that people affected by pancreatic cancer are diagnosed and treated needs to change.
Good care comes from world class research into the disease and this is why we need your help.
You can play a part in improving care and treatment for people with pancreatic cancer by making a donation:
£10 could support the development of tests to help doctors choose the best treatments for every patient.
£25 could help us research different sub-types of pancreatic cancer, helping create new cancer drugs.
£50 could fund research that will take us one step closer towards earlier diagnosis.
You can also share your ideas of how the way people with pancreatic cancer are diagnosed and treated needs to change, by using #ChangeTogether and visiting together.pancreaticcancer.org.uk to submit your change idea.