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Tue 23 July 2013
Researchers in the US have developed a therapy for pancreatic cancer that uses a particular kind of bacteria called Listeria to selectively infect tumour cells and deliver radioisotopes (commonly used in cancer therapy) into them.Read More about 'Radioactive bacteria targets metastatic pancreatic cancer'
Mon 15 July 2013
Members of Pancreatic Cancer UK's Information and Support team and Medical Advisory Board have been working with ITV to develop a storyline featuring character Hayley Cropper who sadly gets diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.Read More about 'Coronation Street to feature pancreatic cancer storyline'
Tue 11 June 2013
Pancreatic Cancer UK comments on the Channel 4 Dispatches programme discussing the possible link between a diabetes treatment and pancreatic cancer.Read More about 'C4 Dispatches: Diabetes and Pancreatic Cancer'
Tue 07 May 2013
National charity Pancreatic Cancer UK has today announced the award of seven grants, amounting to nearly £0.5 million, as part of the first round of its Research Innovation Fund.Read More about '£0.5 million funding for pancreatic cancer research awarded'
Wed 24 April 2013
The All Party Parliamentary Group on pancreatic cancer (APPG) has announced the launch of a special inquiry. It will look at pancreatic cancer survival rates and investigate why rates of survival from the disease, at around 4%, remain the lowest of all the 21 most common cancers in the UK.Read More about 'Parliamentary inquiry into pancreatic cancer launched'