Pancreatic cancer is set to become the 3rd biggest cancer killer in Europe next year, despite being the 7th most common cancer for women and the 10th most common cancer for men. The number of people dying from pancreatic cancer in Europe has risen continually for 40 years and the median survival time for someone diagnosed with the disease is only 4.6 months.
United European Gastroenterology and Pancreatic Cancer Europe are drawing attention to the worrying state of pancreatic cancer survival and the need for better awareness of the signs, symptoms and risks to help achieve earlier diagnoses and in turn, help save lives.
Join the campaign and support the fight against Pancreatic Cancer – visit the Pancreatic Cancer Lost In Time website and show your support.
You can find out more about the disease and learn what the signs and symptoms of the disease are by watching UEG and PCE’s jointly produced video.