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Wed 29 January 2014
In a bid to achieve our aim of ensuring everyone diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in the UK has access to information about our services, we have launched a Newly Diagnosed pack for patients, piloting it's use in hospitals throughout the UK.Read More about 'Introducing our Newly Diagnosed patient pack'
Tue 26 November 2013
Bo Bruce last night attended a parliamentary reception hosted by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Pancreatic Cancer. She was there to support Pancreatic Cancer UK, a charity she recently agreed to become an ambassador for after very sadly losing her mother, Rosamond Winkley, to pancreatic cancer in 2012.Read More about 'Bo Bruce takes on ambassador role'
Mon 25 November 2013
A parliamentary Inquiry has concluded that NHS treatment for pancreatic cancer is not patient-centered, well co-ordinated or efficient. The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Pancreatic Cancer warns that much greater focus and resource is needed in order tackle this disease, which is set to overtake breast cancer as the 4th biggest cancer killer in the UK by 2030.Read More about 'APPG inquiry report sets out national plan for pancreatic cancer'
Fri 08 November 2013
Pancreatic Cancer UK awarded its 2013 Nurses Appreciation Award to Claire Frier, Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary (HPB) Clinical Nurse Specialist at the Royal Free Hospital, London.Read More about 'Pancreatic Cancer UK present its first nurses appreciation award'
Fri 01 November 2013
Pancreatic Cancer UK welcomes the Royal College of Physicians' new toolkit 'Acute oncology on the acute medical unit'.Read More about 'New toolkit aims to improve care of emergency-admitted cancer patients'