Share your story with the media
Being able to use the stories of people with, or who have been affected by, pancreatic cancer is crucial in ensuring Pancreatic Cancer UK is able to continue achieving media coverage, raise awareness of the disease and to help ensure change for people affected in the future.
We are keen to hear from people who would be willing to demonstrate the impact of pancreatic cancer upon their lives, or highlight a particular aspect of the cancer that may be topical in the news (for example, the availability of specific treatment options).
Sharing your experience will help to raise awareness of the disease and provide you with the opportunity to share the issues you are passionate about.
You can do this in a number of ways, including:
- Interviews to raise awareness of pancreatic cancer through a range of media, from national newspapers, magazines, trade journals and local television and radio stations.
- As a case study on our website, to help others affected by pancreatic cancer to feel more informed and realise they are not alone.
- Featuring in our materials including photos, films and information leaflets and publications.
- Providing quotes to support our campaigns and events.
The majority of opportunities and interviews with the media will require you to share your name and a photograph. If you’re unsure about this, please still get in touch and we can discuss this with you and talk through the different opportunities and options. We understand that sharing your story and speaking about your experience can be emotional and daunting, please be assured that our team at Pancreatic Cancer UK will support you in any way that we can. We will always make sure that you are fully briefed and supported by the team before engaging with any journalists or other organisations.
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