World Pancreatic Cancer Day 2017 – what a day!
Thank you so much to everyone for raising awareness of pancreatic cancer on the 4th annual World Pancreatic Cancer Day! Here’s a quick recap of the day and a photo album of all the amazing things our supporters have been up to!
Team PCA on the Radio!
Pancreatic Cancer Action chief executive and founder, Ali Stunt, who is a ten-year survivor of pancreatic cancer wasdoing back-to-back radio interviews all morning raising awareness and sharing the results of our new patient experience survey and explaining why we need to ‘Demand Better. For Patients. For Survival.’
Also dozens of our amazing patients and supporters have or are taking part in TV and radio interviews.
The stations include: ITV Central, ITV Calendar, BBC South West, BBC Radio Surrey, BBC Three Counties Radio, BBC Hereford & Worcester, BBC Radio Oxford, BBC Radio Norfolk, BBC Radio Leeds, Wave 105FM, Wessex FM, Bob FM, Jack FM Oxford, Radio Jackie, Lincs FM, VIking FM, Pulse 1 & Pulse 2, Erewash Sound, Moorlands Radio, Central FM, UCB Radio, RNIB Connect, Bolton FM, New Style Radio, Sunrise Radio, North Manchester FM, Belfast 89
Team PCA at Kings Cross Station!
We were determined to spread as much awareness today as possible, not just on social media and on the radio but face to face with the general public too. We were at Kings Cross Station in London all with our PCA mascot, Aware Bear, speaking to people about pancreatic cancer.
Last broadcast of our BBC Radio 4 Appeal
Today was the last Broadcast of our BBC Radio 4 Appeal where Nick Hewer shares why he supports Pancreatic Cancer Action and raises awareness of the symptoms and stark statistics. Don’t worry if you missed it, you can listen to it here.