We're funding research breakthroughs

By investing in research, we’ll support the breakthroughs so desperately needed for people with pancreatic cancer

Research into pancreatic cancer has been underfunded for decades – it only receives 2% of the UK cancer research budget. This is three times less than research spend on breast cancer.

Our research strategy is focused on investing in the best and the brightest researchers, tackling the key priority areas for people with pancreatic cancer and the research community.

By investing in the next generation of researchers, earlier diagnosis and better treatments and care, we’re determined to transform the future for people with pancreatic cancer.

Find out how we’re campaigning for increased research investment

Early Diagnosis

Late diagnosis is one of the biggest issues in pancreatic cancer but we’re investing in ground-breaking research to change this.

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Improving treatment and care

As well as investing in research to save lives, we’re also working to transform people’s experience of pancreatic cancer, funding new approaches and encouraging innovative thinking.

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Driving forward research in the UK

Pancreatic cancer research has been neglected for too long – but we’re changing this and driving forward research in the UK.

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Building research capacity

Researchers will find the breakthroughs needed in pancreatic cancer, so we must do everything we can to build and support the community.

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Are you a researcher?

Find out more about opportunities for funding and support for the pancreatic cancer research community.

Work with us and help us make the breakthrough that people with pancreatic cancer so desperately need.

Together we are the research community taking pancreatic cancer on.

Information for researchers

If you want to find out more about our approach to research, our strategy Taking on research to change the future lays out how we will work with world leading researchers and with people affected by pancreatic cancer, to fund research that will transform and save lives.

Our research strategy