We’re making some changes

We’re excited to announce that we’re making some changes to how we look and the way we talk about our vital work. 

Because people with pancreatic cancer deserve more. More research, more funding, more breakthroughs. More than hope.

And to do more, we need to reach more people. So, we need to be bolder, to stand up and speak out for everyone affected by this brutal disease.  

You’ll see we have a new logo and fresh images alongside the purple colour that has such a long-standing association with pancreatic cancer. We’re also trying to keep our communications clear and to the point, helping us to stand out in a crowded digital world.  

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We’ve been planning these changes since we launched our new strategy with its key aim to double survival rates for pancreatic cancer. We’ve engaged with a huge range of people along the way, particularly those whose lives have been impacted by the disease. We’d like to thank all of you for the amazing contribution you have made to this project. 

Our digital channels are being updated first and we’ll be phasing in other changes in the weeks and months ahead, to ensure we use our resources wisely.  

Although we’re making changes to how we’re communicating, what we do hasn’t changed. We’re still supporting people affected by the disease, campaigning and funding vital research.

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For 50 years the deadliest common cancer has been left behind, overlooked, and underfunded leaving people with pancreatic cancer and their families with little more than hope to hold on to. Their voices have gone unheard for too long. Now, they will be impossible to ignore.

Diana Jupp, CEO of Pancreatic Cancer UK