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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'
Thu 06 April 2017
Research which found an existing stroke treatment doubled the survival of mice with pancreatic cancer could lead to more people with the disease living for longer in the future.Read More about 'Research could lead to “major stumbling block” in treatment being conquered'
Fri 10 February 2017
Public Health England’s annual ‘Be Clear on Cancer’ awareness campaign has launched today, with the focus this year being vague abdominal symptoms.Read More about 'Vague abdominal symptoms focus for Be Clear on Cancer'
Tue 01 November 2016
74 per cent of people in the UK cannot name a single symptom of pancreatic cancer, according to our survey published today, the first day of PCAM.Read More about 'Three quarters of UK public cannot name a single symptom'
Thu 30 June 2016
We were thrilled to invite the Robert Stella Cancer Foundation to University College London to present their cheque for an incredible £24,000 - raised in memory of Robert Stella.Read More about 'Thank you to the Robert Stella Cancer Foundation'