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Pancreatic Cancer Aware
Pancreatic Cancer Aware is a campaign that aims to raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of pancreatic cancer with the public, GPs, and pharmacy teams with the goal of increasing awareness and early diagnosis of pancreatic cancer.
Our mission is run our symptom awareness campaign across the whole of the UK – your support can help us achieve this.
Our Pancreatic Cancer Aware Campaign has taken place in the following areas;
- The North East
- The South West
- Northern Ireland
What does the campaign involve?
Distribution of GP packs which include information about our e-learning module to encourage as many GPs in each surgery to further their knowledge of the signs and symptoms of pancreatic cancer. The pack also includes: diagnostic guidelines, a symptom reminder pen and how to access information for patients.
£35 will fund resources for 1 GP surgery: Click to donate
Distribution of pharmacy packs which will include a variety of similar materials to the GP pack as well as pharmacy specific materials. Pharmacy teams are a key point of contact for the general public who need advice on over the counter medication and so, they are perfectly placed to identify symptoms that tend to be disregarded by patients as mere inconveniences (e.g: indigestion and loss of appetite).
£17.60 will fund resources for 1 pharmacy: Click to donate
By ensuring that more people are aware of the disease, the symptoms and their risk, we can help change the story for pancreatic cancer. It is not ‘the silent killer’, as it has been dubbed, and going to the GP or pharmacist with symptoms early can help more patients to be diagnosed in time for surgery and potentially save their lives.
£10 gets over 200 people to see our outdoor digital poster: Click to donate
We need your help to take our regional campaigns national so that every GP, pharmacist and the UK population sees symptom information so more can be diagnosed sooner. Read more about why we believe raising awareness with all these groups is vital.