Cambridge Centre for Pancreas Cancer

Hope For The Future

Protect The Future Of Nature

The Cambridge Pancreatic Cancer Centre (CPCC) has been set up with the aim of being a centre of multi-disciplinary excellence for the translation of pancreatic cancer research. Our focus is on world class trials of therapies showing effectiveness in research models. We aim to attract patients seeking cutting-edge treatment opportunities.

Research Projects

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The centre is involved in research ranging from scientific research into the biology of pancreatic cancer, identification of biomarkers...

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Clinical Trials

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A variety of trials are currently open for recruitment at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge

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Upcoming Events

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The next Cambridge Pancreatic Cancer Symposium will be held in 2017

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First UK Clinical Trials Conference for Supportive Care in Cancer Research. Wednesday 3rd June, 2015 in Sheffield.

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“Itching For Answers – The Who, What, Where and How of Pancreatic Cancer” Friday 5th June, 2015 in Cambridge

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Latest News

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Researchers from the CPCC are part of a Stand Up To Cancer – Lustgarten Foundation Dream.

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Researchers from the CPCC have identified a new pathway by which gemcitabine is broken down in tumour cells.

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