Published on: 15 April 2020

Pancreatic Cancer UK is a registered charity providing a range of support for those living with pancreatic cancer.

The charity is providing the following help during the pandemic and is a useful resource for anyone affected by pancreatic cancer.

Support Line: A team of pancreatic cancer specialist nurses are able to offer information and support to anyone affected by the disease and can answer concerns related to coronavirus (COVID-19). Freephone 0808 801 0707 Monday - Friday 10am - 4pm. Or email

Expert information to order or download: booklets and fact sheets, reviewed by clinical experts, can be found here. They will be adding new information about how people with pancreatic cancer can improve their wellbeing during the outbreak.

Discussion forum: nurses will be producing short video clips and blogs to help people access support and information. The forum can be accessed here.

Pancreatic Cancer during COVID-19 (PCC) Network

Pancreatic Cancer UK are developing a network which will aim to allow pancreatic cancer specialists to discuss and develop treatment and care pathways for patients with pancreatic cancer during the pandemic; develop and share consensus approaches; and allow clinicians to discuss specific, local issues with colleagues from across the country. It will support management planning for patients with pancreatic cancer and help the charity begin to create a database during the outbreak to inform future clinical decision making and clinical trials.

The below resources and support of the Network will be available throughout this time for you to access if and when you wish:

Virtual Meetings: attend/view virtual meetings to share and discuss the latest updates, approaches and challenges

Shared Folder: access the most up-to-date guidance notes around the treatment and care of pancreatic cancer in the UK during the pandemic

Newsletter: their newsletter will share a summary of the latest updates, documents, recorded webinars and any other useful information

Discussion Forum: the chairty is looking into creating a secure forum for you to ask questions, share and collaborate with your peers.

For access to any of the above, if you have any updates or information that would be useful to share with the wider community, or if there are any other ways Pancreatic Cancer UK can support you please get in touch with the Team.