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Tue 04 August 2015
A ComRes survey of over 2,000 people, commissioned by Pancreatic Cancer UK, found that almost three quarters could not name unprompted any symptoms of the disease, which include tummy pain, weight loss, yellow skin or eyes or itchy skin and oily floating poo.Read More about 'Three quarters of UK adults can't name even one pancreatic cancer symptom'
Mon 03 August 2015
A story has been widely reported in the media today, such as by the BBC, about a simple urine test that could detect pancreatic cancer much earlier. We’ve highlighted a few key points.Read More about 'Pancreatic cancer urine test shows potential'
Mon 20 July 2015
The Independent Cancer Taskforce’s report published yesterday (Sunday July 19th) says that an extra 30,000 cancer patients a year in England could survive for ten years or more by 2020 if its recommendations are followed.Read More about 'We respond to the Independent Cancer Taskforce's new report'
Mon 20 July 2015
Nic Dakin MP will tomorrow (Tuesday 21st July) present to the House of Commons a petition, signed by over 2,700 people, calling for a life-extending drug to remain available to patients with advanced pancreatic cancer in England through the Cancer Drugs Fund (CDF).Read More about 'Petition for Abraxane to stay on CDF presented to House of Commons'
Tue 14 July 2015
New research into the spread of cancerous cells, funded by Pancreatic Cancer UK, PLANETS Charity and the Masonic Samaritan Fund, is under way at the University of Southampton.Read More about 'New research into the spread of pancreatic cancer begins at University of Southampton'