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Pancreatic cancer research

Pancreatic cancerAround 8,100 people are diagnosed with pancreatic cancer every year in the UK, and the disease is difficult to treat.

Thanks to research, funded by Cancer Research UK and others, some improvements have been made. But we still need to do much more to improve survival from pancreatic cancer.

As part of our five-year strategy we are investing more in research into pancreatic cancer, aiming to save more lives in the future. 

Below are some highlights of our pancreatic cancer research. Visit MyProjects to donate directly to our research into the disease.

Researcher listing

6 researchers found. Filter results:

Researcher Jeffrey Evans profile image
Jeff Evans

Stopping pancreatic cancer from spreading
Institute of Cancer Sciences

University of Glasgow

Researcher Thorsten Hagemann profile image
Thorsten Hagemann

Controlling inflammation to treat pancreatic cancer
Barts Cancer Institute

Queen Mary, University of London

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Duncan Jodrell

Improving cancer treatments
CRUK Cambridge Institute

Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute

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Claus Jorgensen

Miscommunication in cancer cells
CRUK Manchester Institute

Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute

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Nick Lemoine

Developing new ways to diagnose and treat cancer
Institute of Cancer

Queen Mary, University of London

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John Neoptolemos

Better treatments for pancreatic cancer
Dept of Molecular and Clinical Cancer Medicine

University of Liverpool