We’re working hard behind the scenes to influence government and the NHS at local and national levels to ensure that pancreatic cancer gets the recognition it needs across the UK. We campaign for change so everyone with pancreatic cancer survives to live long and well.
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The coronavirus pandemic is one of the biggest challenges we’ve faced yet, and for people with pancreatic cancer, it is an especially worrying time.
Supporting our community
We’ve been speaking up for and supporting people facing pancreatic cancer during the crisis, supporting our community of researchers, and working hand-in-hand with frontline healthcare professionals. We want to ensure that as many people as possible are still able to access the support and potentially life-saving treatment they need. Find out how we’ve been working with our community and influencing the highest levels of government and the NHS.
No Time to Wait campaign
As the NHS begins to recover from the pandemic, people with pancreatic cancer cannot be pushed to the back of the queue. In July we launched our No Time To Wait campaign, calling on local NHS services across the UK to set out how they will give everyone with pancreatic cancer the best chance of survival, and ensure that no one is left waiting for vital treatment. Find out more.