In this section you will find stories of people who have sadly passed away from pancreatic cancer. These people shared their stories on our Real life stories pages to help inspire and support others, and we have created this page to remember them.
These stories provide examples of people’s diagnosis, treatment and life with pancreatic cancer, although everyone’s experience will be different. Many of the people here lived for many months or years after their diagnosis, and had a variety of treatments.
The stories do not represent recommendations about treatment or care. They contain the views and opinions of the people who have written them, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Pancreatic Cancer UK.
On our Tribute Wall, you can read tributes to loved ones who have died from pancreatic cancer. If you’ve left a loving tribute, thank you very much. We hope it has provided you with some comfort.
Please note, you can no longer add new tributes to the wall. We’ve created a new online tribute space called Together in Memory, because you can remember a loved one and celebrate their life in a more personal way. You can share photos and memories with friends and family, while supporting Pancreatic Cancer UK.
Head to our online tribute space to create a tribute fund or for more information.
Read our FAQs about this change.