Coronavirus (COVID-19) and pancreatic cancer
We know this is a worrying time for people with pancreatic cancer, but we are here to support you. The information on these pages explains what coronavirus might mean for you if you or someone close to you has pancreatic cancer, including how it might affect your treatment and care. There is also information about dealing with the impact of coronavirus, blogs from our specialist nurses, and people's experiences of dealing with pancreatic cancer at the moment. Click on the links below to read more.
If you have any questions or worries about coronavirus (COVID-19) and how this may affect you and your treatment, you can speak to our specialist nurses on our free Support Line.
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We want to know what impact coronavirus is having on people with pancreatic cancer. If your treatment or care is being affected, or if you are worried that it might be, we’d be grateful if you could complete this short survey. Your feedback will help us to understand and monitor the experiences of people with pancreatic cancer, and talk to both national and local health bodies about issues that people are facing.