Newly Diagnosed Pack: Information if you can’t have surgery to remove pancreatic cancer (inoperable cancer)
Newly Diagnosed Pack: Information if you can’t have surgery to remove pancreatic cancer (inoperable cancer)
Newly Diagnosed Pack: Information if you can’t have surgery to remove pancreatic cancer (inoperable cancer)
Newly Diagnosed Pack: Information if you can’t have surgery to remove pancreatic cancer (inoperable cancer)
Newly Diagnosed Pack: Information if you can’t have surgery to remove pancreatic cancer (inoperable cancer)
Newly Diagnosed Pack: Information if you can’t have surgery to remove pancreatic cancer (inoperable cancer)
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Newly Diagnosed Pack: Information if you can’t have surgery to remove pancreatic cancer (inoperable cancer)

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Our newly diagnosed pack contains key publications if you have just been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. This pack is for people who have been diagnosed with locally advanced (stage 3) or advanced (stage 4 or metastatic) cancer, or have been told they can’t have surgery to remove the cancer.

It has information about diagnosis, treatment, managing symptoms and getting support.

It contains the following publications:

  • Pancreatic cancer if you can’t have surgery (inoperable cancer). A guide if you have just been diagnosed
  • Stents to treat jaundice caused by a blocked bile duct fact sheet
  • Chemotherapy for pancreatic cancer fact sheet
  • Diet and pancreatic cancer booklet
  • Caring for someone with pancreatic cancer: information for families and carers booklet
  • The care you should expect and receive: Patient Charter leaflet
  • A flyer about clinical trials
  • What now? How to look after yourself and get support through pancreatic cancer leaflet
  • Support for people affected by pancreatic cancer: a z-card leaflet about how we can help
  • A flyer about Pancreatic Cancer UK's symptom management app, Medli
  • A catalogue of our publications.

We have more information that can be ordered or downloaded, including booklets on managing pain and fatigue (extreme tiredness). Order more information here.