The first ever World Pancreatic Cancer Day will be held on November 13th, 2014. More than 30 pancreatic cancer patient organisations from around the globe have come together to organise the day with the aim of raising awareness of the fact that pancreatic cancer survival rates have barely improved over the last 40 years. The day will help to increase awareness of the disease and its symptoms and highlight the lack of research and funding.
Pancreatic cancer is a global challenge and therefore global action is required if we are to make the kind of difference we need to tackle the appallingly low rate of survival. We hope that World Pancreatic Cancer Day will be the catalyst for international action.
Share your voice during the first-ever World Pancreatic Cancer Day.