Pancreatic Cancer Action (PCA) is the only charity that specifically focuses on improving pancreatic cancer outcomes through early diagnosis. They raise awareness of symptoms with the public, and ensure that everyone affected by pancreatic cancer is offered access to support, free information and care. Additionally, the charity supports and funds innovative research, provides pioneering educational training resources for medical professionals, and campaigns to advance healthcare. By taking action now, together we can make a difference.
What is Pancreatic Cancer Action’s Mission?
PCA’s mission is simple: to improve survival rates of pancreatic cancer. This can be done by ensuring more people are diagnosed early, and that everyone has access to effective treatments, support, information and care.
A is for Awareness: Increase public awareness and knowledge of pancreatic cancer and its symptoms to help achieve early diagnosis.
C is for Campaign: By campaigning and lobbying the government and key stakeholders to bring about change, the standard of healthcare can be advanced for those who are affected by pancreatic cancer.
T is for Training: The charity train and offer pioneering educational resources for our medical and healthcare communities.
I is for Innovative Research: PCA fund and support innovative research to improve early diagnosis and develop effective treatments to improve outcomes for patients with pancreatic cancer.
O is for Offering: Both practical and emotional support and information is offered by the charity to all affected by pancreatic cancer.
N is for Now: PCA is the action charity, and right now, action is needed more than ever before!
Pancreatic Cancer Action knows that early diagnosis is key to survival, which is why their work focuses directly on diagnosing people sooner. Their vision? A world where everyone survives pancreatic cancer.
Support Pancreatic Cancer Action This November
November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month, which is why we are delighted to be supporting Pancreatic Cancer Action in this month’s charity poll. Cast your vote for them today and help them achieve their vision of a world where everyone survives pancreatic cancer. Thank you.
To find out more, or to make a donation, visit the charity’s website: https://pancreaticcanceraction.org/