On 13th November Nick Thomas-Symonds MP visited Pancreatic Cancer Action’s drop-in session in Westminster. Drop-in sessions are opportunities for Members to learn more about issues that affect their constituents. The session took place during Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month.

Pancreatic cancer is a devastating disease. It has the highest death rate of all common cancers. 26 people are diagnosed a day and 24 people will die each day from the disease. Survival rates increase significantly however if diagnosed in time for surgery.

Mr. Thomas-Symonds discussed with Pancreatic Cancer Action the recommendations from their roundtable report Hope for the future: Tackling inequalities in pancreatic cancer care and is proud to have contributed to the evidence sessions on which the report is based.

Pancreatic cancer is a cause that Nick has campaigned on consistently alongside local campaigner Linda Reardon and supported the work of Pancreatic Cancer Action and other charities over the last two years.

If you would like to read a copy of the roundtable report and its recommendations please click here.


If you would like to find out more about Pancreatic Cancer Action’s work please visit their website www.pancreaticcanceraction.org

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