Living with pancreatic cancer
PanKind supports people impacted by pancreatic cancer by providing relevant information, valuable resources and a connection to others affected by the disease.
Whether you are living with the disease or you are a loved one of someone with pancreatic cancer, we hope these pages help you find useful information, resources and services as well connect with some of the incredible people in our community who have shared their stories of living with pancreatic cancer.
Information and resources to help you understand and navigate the first few months after a pancreatic cancer diagnosis.
PanKind's Living with Pancreatic Cancer booklet is a comprehensive information resource for people with pancreatic cancer and their loved ones.
Join us online from the comfort of your home to learn about the topics relevant to you. These webinars are designed to keep you informed of advances in the field of pancreatic cancer, support you with relevant information and allow you to connect with others in the community.
Support groups in person or over the phone may be a helpful way to share your experiences with others who have had similar experiences.
By sharing their stories, patients and families are able to put a voice to their pancreatic cancer journey and connect with others who have been through similar experiences.
Pancreatic cancer and its treatments can affect your diet and nutrition. Find out more about how your diet may be affected and strategies that may help you manage your nutrition and feel better.
Some useful and practical information for people looking after and supporting someone with pancreatic cancer.
Supportive care, also known as palliative care, can significantly improve your quality of life when you have a serious illness like pancreatic cancer. Supportive care can be accessed after diagnosis and can help you manage side effects of cancer and its treatments.
If you are a pancreatic cancer patient or carer, you can get involved in research studies to help improve treatment and care for current patients and those diagnosed in the future.
Thank you to the incredible community of people who have helped us create and review our website information and support resources, we could not have done it without you.