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Pancreatic Cancer UK

Abbey Harnwell
020 3535 7090
[email protected]

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Pancreatic cancer is tough. Tough to diagnose, tough to treat, tough to survive.

We’re taking it on together: supporting those affected by the disease, investing in ground breaking research, lobbying for greater recognition of pancreatic cancer, and being a voice for everyone involved in the fight.

Our research programme continues to grow and we’ve now awarded over £3m in research grants around the UK, including for the first time in 2016 co-funding almost £500,000 of pancreatic cancer research in Scotland. We currently have over 25 active projects focusing on finding ways to diagnose pancreatic cancer earlier, developing new treatments and determining which treatments will work best for each individual patient.

Pancreatic Cancer UK is the only national charity fighting the disease on all fronts: support, information, campaigning and research.

Perfect for all the family, The Big Fun Run is a 5k untimed run where the focus is on the FUN! 

There’s no pressure, just get moving and have lots of laughs. It’s all about getting involved, having fun and enjoying the whole experience of the day.

 

We would love to welcome you to our team!

In return for a Pancreatic Cancer UK charity place we ask that you pay a £5 registration fee and aim to raise £50.

When you join the Pancreatic Cancer UK Team you will receive: 

  • Welcome pack with fundraising tips and materials 
  • Team Pancreatic Cancer UK running vest
  • Support and fundraising advice from our Events Team  
  • Invite to our closed team facebook page

Already have a place? 

If you already have a place in this event, we would love to have you on our team. All you need to do is fill out this 'I have my Own Place form' and you will receive all the support listed above.

 


 
Registered Charity Number in England and Wales 1112708

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