Posts by Aysha Najair
NHS England announce new trial for a blood test to detect multiple cancers
We comment on NHS England's announcement about a new trial for a blood test that could help improve early diagnosis for multiple cancers, including pancreatic cancer
Brompton Bikes put One-of-a-kind Purple Bike up for auction on World Pancreatic Cancer Day
To mark World Pancreatic Cancer Day, Brompton Bicycles are auctioning a one-of-a-kind S6L Brompton Bike, to raise vital funds for Pancreatic Cancer UK.
World Pancreatic Cancer Day – a day to reflect and demand a better future
Pancreatic Cancer UK Chief Exec, Diana Jupp, celebrates 3 years at the charity and writes on her 3rd World Pancreatic Cancer Day
We are very sorry to learn that Catherine Wines, co-founder of World Remit and a supporter of Pancreatic Cancer UK has passed away from pancreatic cancer.
Taking on a cycling challenge was a fitting tribute to our dad
Amy blogs about cycling in memory of her dad, Graham, who sadly passed away from pancreatic cancer in 2019.
Pancreatic Cancer and Parliament
Emily from our Policy and Campaigns team blogs about the inaugural meeting of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Pancreatic Cancer.
How our new services took on pancreatic cancer in the pandemic
Being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer can be an isolating experience, just made even worse by the pandemic. That’s why we developed two new critical services.
It gave me immense pleasure to see so many people taking part to raise funds
Rakesh was one of 600 amazing supporters who walked, physically apart but virtually together, in our first ever Big Step Forward event.
Working in partnership with people affected by pancreatic cancer: A researcher’s perspective
Dr Dominic O’Connor tells us about his research in pancreatic cancer and how the project has benefitted from working in partnership with people with a lived experience of the disease through our Research Involvement Network (RIN).
Using my painful experience to change the future for others
After Claire's husband died of pancreatic cancer in 2018, she decided to use her painful but valuable experience to become a member of our Research Involvement Network.
Rachel pedals for pancreatic cancer in RideLondon lockdown challenge
Rachel blogs about her RideLondon 100 lockdown challenge in memory of her friend Nicki.
Lynda and Richard take big steps for pancreatic cancer
Lynda and her husband Richard tell us their experience of taking on their own Big Step Forward challenge during lockdown after Lynda was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer last year.