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Tue 18 October 2016
A new treatment licensed for advanced pancreatic cancer could potentially provide second option for patients for whom chemotherapy not effective.Read More about 'New licensed treatment could mean people live for longer'
Thu 13 October 2016
New innovative research has found that tumours grow far more quickly than previously thought, providing vital insight into how the disease develops.Read More about 'Innovative research could mean earlier pancreatic cancer diagnoses'
Mon 03 October 2016
The Daily Telegraph reports how eight in ten NHS bodies have been found to be letting down cancer patients through late diagnosis, poor survival rates and delayed treatment.Read More about 'Eight in 10 NHS bodies are letting down cancer patients'
Tue 20 September 2016
Public Health England has released figured showing that just one in six adults now smoke. As almost a third of cases of pancreatic cancer are caused by smoking, we comment on what this could mean.Read More about 'Almost a third of pancreatic cancer cases caused by smoking'
Wed 14 September 2016
An exciting new study suggests pancreatic cancer biomarkers could lead to a test for pancreatic cancer in people with diabetes.Read More about 'Pancreatic cancer biomarkers could lead to test for disease in people with diabetes'