Have you been affected by pancreatic cancer? Perhaps a loved-one has, or you are a carer for someone with pancreatic cancer? We would like to hear and share your stories.
You may find the following list of questions helpful when thinking about what you want to ask your doctor about your illness and treatment. If there are answers you don't understand, do not be afraid to ask again. Your doctor is there to help you.
Nutrition can be a major focus for people diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Treatments such as surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy can change your body’s ability to eat, digest and absorb food.
For more information about what's available in your area, don't forget to visit your State's Cancer Council website.
Clinical trials are scientific studies designed to test new and improved ways to treat and manage cancer. For many patients, clinical trials may be a potential option to access experimental and cutting edge therapy. In order to understand how clinical trials may benefit you, it is important to appreciate how they work
Here is a list of selected further reading material on pancreatic cancer