News and blogs
Here you can find news items and blogs by Pancreatic Cancer UK staff and guest writers
Our meeting with Jo Churchill, Cancer Minister for England
An update on our meeting with Jo Churchill, the Cancer Minister, about the impact of the pandemic on pancreatic cancer.
APPG on Pancreatic Cancer launches new report on the impact of COVID-19
Emily from our Policy and Campaigns team blogs about the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Pancreatic Cancer's new report and what we've been doing to ensure the impact on people with pancreatic cancer is not ignored.
Why Wales Needs a Long-Term Plan for Cancer
Head of Policy, Intelligence and Campaigns, Danni Manzi explains why Wales needs a Long-Term Cancer Strategy now, more than ever.
Easing of shielding restrictions across the UK
Specialist Nurse, Nicci, talks about the easing of shielding restrictions being introduced from the 1st April 2021.
Can exercise help people with pancreatic cancer?
Taking a deeper dive into whether exercise can help people with pancreatic cancer.
How taking part in Jog 28 gave us a boost
Terri tells the story of her husband’s devastating pancreatic cancer diagnosis.
Critical step towards new treatment option
Exciting new research has been published by the Pancreatic Cancer UK Grand Challenge team at Barts Cancer Institute
Our open letter to Jo Churchill, Cancer Minister for England
An open letter to Jo Churchill, the Cancer Minister, raising our concerns about how COVID-19 is impacting pancreatic cancer treatment and care.
International Day of Women & Girls in Science
Our Research Manager, Anna Lakey, talks to Sigrid Fey, a Pancreatic Cancer UK Future Leader, to find out more about her work and experiences as a woman in the world of science.
Early detection saved my dad’s life
Kerry tells us about her dad’s diagnosis, the road to recovery, and why she believes early diagnosis research is key to more people like her dad surviving.
Behind the scenes of the creation of our pancreatic cancer information
Our pancreatic cancer information is accessed over 830,000 times each year - often by people affected by a devastating pancreatic cancer diagnosis. Emily Morgan, Senior Information Manager at Pancreatic Cancer UK, tells us a little more about the process behind the pages.
A huge thank you to the Bank of England
Trying to raise money through office fundraising was never going to cut it with staff suddenly working at home. We were lucky that during this extraordinary year, we had an extraordinary partner in The Bank of England.