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Thu 25 February 2016
Pancreatic Cancer UK is today revealing its new brand identity, which will help the charity transform the future for patients and families over the next five years.Read More about 'Pancreatic Cancer UK unveils new brand identity in its 10th anniversary year'
Wed 24 February 2016
Researchers have reclassified pancreatic cancer as four distinct types, a discovery that could offer new opportunities to treat the disease, according to their study published in Nature.Read More about 'Identification of four pancreatic cancer subtypes offers treatment insight'
Mon 22 February 2016
Pancreatic cancer cases up a third to 12,000 a year by 2030, just 600 of those patients set to live 5 years.Read More about 'Pancreatic cancer cases up a third by 2030'
Fri 29 January 2016
The National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has announced it will be assessing a new drug that might offer benefit to some pancreatic cancer patients.Read More about 'NICE to assess potentially new pancreatic cancer drug'
Wed 20 January 2016
A new National Cancer Advisory Group has recently been set up, tasked with advising the NHS and others on implementing the new Strategy, and are looking for two patient representatives to offer their experience of treatment and care to the Group.Read More about 'Could you help deliver the new Cancer Strategy for England?'