Collection: Just diagnosed

Being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer can feel overwhelming. Our information can help people recently diagnosed and their family make sense of it all. The publications explain what the diagnosis means, the care people should get, and the support available. 

When someone has just been diagnosed it can be hard to know where to start when searching for information and support. Our information and support emails provide key facts, tailored to the diagnosis and broken down into bite size chunks over several weeks. Find out how our information and support emails can help. 

All our publications are free of charge. Select what you want and click “add to basket”. You can also order our printed publications by calling  0808 801 0707, or emailing 

11 products
  • Newly Diagnosed Pack: Information about early pancreatic cancer that can be removed by surgery (operable cancer)
  • Newly Diagnosed Pack: Information if you can’t have surgery to remove pancreatic cancer (inoperable cancer)
  • Pancreatic cancer that can be removed by surgery. A guide if you have just been diagnosed
  • Pancreatic cancer if you can’t have surgery (inoperable cancer). A guide if you have just been diagnosed
  • What now? How to look after yourself and get support through pancreatic cancer
  • The care you should expect and receive: Patient Charter
  • Explaining the NICE Guidelines for diagnosing and managing pancreatic cancer
  • Diet and pancreatic cancer booklet - support with eating and digestion
  • How to look after yourself when caring for someone with pancreatic cancer
  • Easy read: Pancreatic cancer – What is it? How is it diagnosed?
  • Support for people affected by pancreatic cancer: a Z-card leaflet about how we can help