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If you’re passionate about creating a better future for people with pancreatic cancer, we need you. Sign up to join our campaigns calling on governments and NHS bodies across the UK to drive up standards in diagnosis, treatment and care. We’ll keep you updated on the latest opportunities to get involved – whether it’s signing a petition, engaging with your local politicians or health bodies, or attending a parliamentary event.

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Respond to the War on Cancer

The Department for Health and Social Care has declared a new ‘War on Cancer’, and is currently writing its new 10-year cancer strategy.

Find out how our supporters are raising their voices to make sure that pancreatic cancer gets the attention it deserves.


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War on Cancer

Transform lives: Prescribe

Right now thousands of people with pancreatic cancer don’t have access to a simple prescription that could stop them starving. We’re calling on the NHS to prescribe what people with the quickest killing cancer urgently need to live the time they have left to the fullest.

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We’re building a brand-new Campaigns Community to help shape and deliver our campaigns plans – and we’d love you to join us.

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Kim from Edinburgh explains why she campaigns with us

NHS worker Kim (pictured below left) campaigns tirelessly to raise awareness of pancreatic cancer and improve treatment – helping us to build hope for people in Scotland. Like many of our supporters and volunteers, Kim’s family has had first-hand experience of this tough disease.

“Sadly, I’ve lost two loved ones to pancreatic cancer, my great uncle William and my Nana Mary. They died 20 years apart but little progress had been made in treating the illness over that time. In this day and age, it’s shocking that nothing has really changed. I made a promise to my Nana, who died in 2012, that no other family affected by pancreatic cancer will suffer like our family. By campaigning with Pancreatic Cancer UK, I hope I’m living up to my promise. We’ve been making a difference via the Scottish Parliament, support groups, family support. We need more awareness and research, and that’s why I do what I do.”