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Wed 16 October 2019
We comment on a review that suggests cancer screening services be improved to prevent a “worrying decline” in the number of people attending.Read More about 'New review suggests cancer screening services receive major improvement'
Thu 12 September 2019
We comment on a new study that shows cancer survival in the UK is improving but it is lagging behind other high-income countries.Read More about 'New study shows that cancer survival in the UK is lower than high-income countries'
Tue 20 August 2019
Chris Macdonald, Head of Research at Pancreatic Cancer UK comments on a new pancreatic cancer drug showing improvement in patient survival in early-stage clinical trial at The University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center.Read More about 'New drug shows promising early results for pancreatic cancer patients'
Pancreatic Cancer UK funds innovative exercise programme in Northern Ireland through Research Innovation fundThu 18 July 2019Pancreatic Cancer UK has awarded Queen’s University Belfast a £100,000 grant to trial an innovative new exercise programme to help panreatic cancer patients recover from surgery.Read More about 'Pancreatic Cancer UK funds innovative exercise programme in Northern Ireland through Research Innovation fund'
Thu 27 June 2019
Our Head of Research, Chris Macdonald, comments on new research suggesting that the protein, CA19-9, is involved in the development of pancreatic cancer.Read More about 'New research into the protein CA19-9 and pancreatic cancer'