“Too many people are diagnosed too late. We need to ‘change the numbers’ for pancreatic cancer by making more people aware of the symptoms and to understand the risks. We work to raise awareness of pancreatic cancer among both the public and medical communities, to improve the information available for patients and we provide educational courses for medical clinicians. We also fund research specifically to help improve early diagnosis.
Simply, we need more people diagnosed in time for surgery – currently the only potential for a cure.”
Ali Stunt. Pancreatic Cancer Survivor & CEO of Pancreatic Cancer Action
Last evening I attended a dinner at the House of Commons at the request of Eric Ollerenshaw MP, the Secretary of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Pancreatic Cancer. Along […]Visit Blog