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Wed 01 November 2017
35 per cent of adults in the UK would not be worried if they had a few of the potential symptoms of pancreatic cancer, according to survey results released by Pancreatic Cancer UK today (Wednesday, 1st November), the first day of pancreatic cancer awareness month.Read More about 'More than a third of people would not be worried if they had pancreatic cancer symptoms'
Pancreatic cancer patients in Northern Ireland finally have access to life-extending treatment on the NHSTue 24 October 2017Advanced pancreatic cancer patients in Northern Ireland have been granted access to Abrxane on the NHSRead More about 'Pancreatic cancer patients in Northern Ireland finally have access to life-extending treatment on the NHS'
Tue 26 September 2017
We’re delighted that our Clinical trials for pancreatic cancer and Pain and pancreatic cancer information has been highly commended in the 2017 BMA (British Medical Association) Patient Information AwardsRead More about 'Pancreatic Cancer UK information highly commended at BMA Patient Information Awards'
Wed 20 September 2017
The next generation of pancreatic cancer researchers are set to investigate how the disease grows and spreads, thanks to grants totalling £625,000.Read More about 'Glasgow researchers awarded £625,000 to discover new treatments for pancreatic cancer'
Mon 18 September 2017
Over the last eight years, Alex has grown the charity to an organisation of more than 50 people with an annual expenditure of £5.5 million.Read More about 'Alex Ford will step down after eight years as Chief Executive'