Pancreatic Cancer and Me by Philip Whelan
Phil a pancreatic cancer clinical nurse specialist explains about his role and his viewpoint on Pancreatic Cancer and Me.
Grey Hairs by Christian Macutkiewicz
Christian a pancreatico-biliary surgeon shares his experiences of getting a few more Grey Hairs than his fellow surgeons as he works to do the very best for his pancreatic cancer patients.
An Unexpected Bike Ride by Tony Hull
Tony shares his story of his 52 mile London to Brighton Unexpected Bike Ride to raise money in memory of his friend Seth.
Laura McGeeney – So Much More Than Food
Laura a specialist dietitian who gives specialist nutritional advice to pancreatic cancer patients and shows us how nutrition is So Much More Than Food
Margred Capel – Someone
Margred a palliative care consultant gives us a lesson in how to support Someone who is dying with a holistic assessment to help them plan for the end of their life.
Vocation by Emma Kidd
Emma a specialist nurse working for Pancreatic Cancer UK explains how her Vocation drives her to help people affected by pancreatic cancer.
Forty Years by Anne Marie Houlder
GP Ann Marie shares her personal experiences of pancreatic cancer and how the pivotal role of GPs can help influence the survival rates for the future of pancreatic cancer which as not changed significantly in the last Forty Years.
The Big C Reimagined by Researchers from the University of Wolverhampton
A group of researchers share their vision for The Big C Reimagined as a result of their work to modify a drug used for alcohol addiction to carry chemotherapy to pancreatic cancer cells.
Recurrence by Richard Charnley
Richard shares his dilemmas about surgery for what is often viewed as inoperable pancreatic cancer and the effect of Recurrence on his patients and his practice.
Eight Years a Milestone ? – Alex Ford
The CEO of Pancreatic Cancer shares her Eight Years with the Charity and how it is a Milestone for her and for the patients and families that she supports.