Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month Hub

Resources for health professionals to raise awareness about the signs and symptoms of pancreatic cancer

As we sadly know, by the time most people are diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, it’s already at a very advanced stage. We want to drive earlier diagnosis, so that more people will have their cancer detected at a stage where they can have treatment to save or extend their life. Part of this involves raising awareness of the signs and symptoms among the public.

That’s why during Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month (PCAM) in November, we provide free resources to support you in raising awareness.

Below you’ll find our popular symptoms awareness packs along with other materials and ideas to help you to raise awareness.

Order free Symptoms awareness packs

Raise awareness of the symptoms of pancreatic cancer by ordering this free pack of resources. These popular packs contain a range of materials, including posters to display on walls and leaflets to handout.

You can also order more of each of the above materials to suit your awareness raising needs.

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packs of PCUK information

Raise awareness on social media

We also have a range of digital resources available to help you raise awareness on your social media channels.

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Watch and share our 1-minute symptoms video

Fundraise during PCAM

Join us to fundraise this PCAM and take on Challenge 24 in honour of the 24 people who die every single day from pancreatic cancer in the UK. Walk, jog or cycle 24 miles throughout November, or create your very own ‘24’ inspired challenge!

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More resources for healthcare professionals

Head over to our healthcare professional hub where you’ll find a range of free events, online courses and resources so you can learn, develop and collaborate with our community. You can also access our expert information and services to support your patients at every stage of their journey.

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