Raise awareness

Pancreatic cancer is often diagnosed late, and it advances quickly. So it’s crucial that we make more noise, raising awareness of the signs and symptoms 

Will you help us to connect with groups and individuals, promote our printed publications, boost our social media presence, and help us make pancreatic cancer a disease that is impossible to ignore?  

We’re relentless in our mission to increase knowledge and understanding, but we can’t do this alone. Find out some of the simple ways that you can help us to spread the word.

Watch and share our video

Downloadable symptoms poster

Download, print and display this poster in your local community

Symptoms awareness poster (PDF)

Raise awareness for pancreatic cancer awareness month poster

Symptoms awareness materials

We’ve put together some key materials to help you raise awareness of the symptoms of pancreatic cancer

View the symptoms awareness collection

graphical depiction of the most common symptoms listed below

Symptoms awareness graphics for social media

Share this carousel of symptoms graphics all together to spread awareness of pancreatic cancer with your network on Facebook.

Download Facebook carousel

Download Instagram carousel

(please note, this contains pancreatic cancer survival statistics)

Download Facebook carousel

Download Instagram carousel

Pancreatic cancer awareness infographic

Share this infographic on social media to raise awareness of the key facts about pancreatic cancer.

Download awareness infographic

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