Pancreatic cancer is the toughest of cancer challenges: tough to diagnose, tough to treat, tough to research and tough to survive. But Pancreatic Cancer UK is taking it on.
Pancreatic cancer is a cancer emergency. It's diagnosed late and advances quickly.
Late diagnosis means that people with pancreatic cancer may never receive treatment and don't get the chance to have life saving treatment and live longer. Pancreatic cancer has the lowest survival rate of all common cancers, with five-year survival less than 7%.
Pancreatic Cancer UK is passionate about supporting people so they don't have to face pancreatic cancer alone. A diagnosis can be a terrible shock, but they are there to help people make sense of it and provide support and guidance to people and their families.