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The 5-year survival rate for pancreatic cancer has risen to 7.3%, in the UK. Though it may seem small, after almost five decades without a meaningful increase in survival, we are beginning to see a slow but positive trend upwards.
In 2010, when Pancreatic Cancer Action was founded, survival was around 3% and had not increased in years. We are beginning to make inroads into the disease, so more people can survive for longer.
However, pancreatic cancer still has the lowest 5-year survival rate of all the 22 most common cancers. this is largely due to late diagnosis.
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|Information Product №||PCA0062v2||Published||15/10/2019|
|Last Updated||15/09/2022||Next Review Due||15/10/2022|