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IMPaCT Trial

Individualised Molecular Pancreatic Cancer Therapy (IMPaCT) is a new clinical trial looking at individualising the treatment of patients with metastatic pancreatic cancer.

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Familial Cancer Cohort

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Patient Corner

Individuals and their families who are affected by pancreatic cancer often face unique and difficult challenges. The Patient Corner provides educational material to help better understand pancreatic cancer, including diagnosis and treatment. There is also the opportunity to follow the research progress with the APGI Community Newsletters, become involved in community engagement work or share your personal story about pancreatic cancer.

Pancreatic Cancer

Pancreatic cancer is relatively uncommon, accounting for only 2.2% of all cancer cases in Australia. Therefore, some people may not fully understand the role of the pancreas and how cancer can develop here. This section outlines the functions of the pancreas, as well as important information about pancreatic cancer, including possible causes, diagnosis and treatment.

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Community Newsletters

Are you enrolled in the APGI project? Or do you have a loved one enrolled with us? Keep up to date with what's happening at APGI with our biannual community newsletter series.

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Community Engagement Group

The APGI community engagement group is a new initiative, driven by those directly impacted by pancreatic cancer. Combining the efforts of patients, carers, family and friends with that of the researchers will go a long way to improving awareness and funding for this often forgotten disease. Find out how you too can become involved and help make a difference.

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Tell Us Your Pancreatic Cancer Story

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.

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