Pancreatic cancer has the lowest cancer survival rate and more than 10,000 people are diagnosed with it every year.
Pancreatic Cancer UK is determined to double the survival rates in the next five years. The charity funds nurses who can be there for those affected, leads on vital world-leading research and campaigns for change. Research into pancreatic cancer only receives 3% of the UK cancer research budget. This is three times less than breast cancer, even though the charity says more people will die from pancreatic cancer than breast cancer by 2026. The charity’s strategy focuses on investing in the best and the brightest researchers, in order to detect cancer early, provide better treatment and save lives.
Your donation will help provide trusted information and help those who need support. Here’s what your money could do:
- £17.30 could pay for Pancreatic Cancer UK to provide one Newly Diagnosed Pack, which provides key information to people who have recently been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer
- £261.43 could fund one day of cutting-edge research into pancreatic cancer