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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'
Birmingham surgeon awarded £50,000 for research to improve post-surgery care for pancreatic cancer patientsWed 06 September 2017A Birmingham surgeon is set to begin a research project which aims to offer pancreatic cancer patients more extensive, individualised care post-surgery, with the hope of them recovering faster.Read More about 'Birmingham surgeon awarded £50,000 for research to improve post-surgery care for pancreatic cancer patients'
Thu 24 August 2017
89% of cancer researchers said Brexit could have a very negative or negative impact on pancreatic cancer patientsRead More about 'Leading cancer researchers highlight concern for pancreatic cancer patients post-Brexit'
Fri 04 August 2017
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has announced it will allow advanced pancreatic cancer patients in England access to the life-extending treatment, Abraxane, on the NHS.Read More about 'Green light for treatment gives patients in England the chance to live for longer'
Wed 19 July 2017
New analysis by the Less Survivable Cancers Taskforce shows that the six less survivable cancers cause half (51 per cent) of all deaths from common cancers in the UK per year.Read More about 'Less Survivable Cancers Taskforce launches to give patients a fair chance of survival'