A pancreatic cancer patient reads about new research to stay informed

Interested in keeping up with the latest in pancreatic cancer research and care – but not sure where to start? The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (PanCAN) makes it easy to stay up-to-date, so you can understand recent advances, have more informed discussions with your healthcare team and feel more knowledgeable and empowered.

Here’s how PanCAN can help you:

  1. Learn About Pancreatic Cancer

    Patient Central is the place to call after a pancreatic cancer diagnosis or at any point in your pancreatic cancer journey. A highly trained and compassionate Patient Central Associate can provide you with free, personalized information about the disease and answer any questions you have related to the disease. Contact Patient Central.

    PanCAN also provides educational resources on an array of topics, including how to navigate critical treatment and care decisions. Learn about getting organized after diagnosis, treatment types and pain management.

  2. Get Expert Insight

    Watch free webinars featuring leading specialists from wherever you are on a digital device. Webinars take place year-round and cover key topics like nutrition, treatment, optimizing quality of life and more. Register for our upcoming webinars: Surgical Advances for Pancreatic Cancer and Genetics of Pancreatic Cancer.

  3. Catch the Latest News and Trends

    Visit the PanCAN blog to find new discoveries and information about pancreatic cancer such as: new research, science and medical advancements, industry conference coverage and trending topics. The blog also publishes helpful ideas as well as real-life experiences and useful tips from survivors and caregivers in the community.

    Often blog posts are based on feedback or questions from readers like you. Have a question or idea you would like addressed? Let us know.

    Also, follow PanCAN on social media (Twitter, Facebook and Instagram) to see breaking news and the online conversation about pancreatic cancer.

Contact a Patient Central Associate
Contact Patient Central for free, personalized pancreatic cancer resources and information.