The Pancreatic Cancer Programme, formerly known as Cambridge Pancreatic Cancer Centre (CPCC), is now one of the ten foundamental programmes within Cancer Research UK (CRUK) Cambridge Centre. Established as a partnership between CRUK, the University of Cambridge and Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, the Cambridge Centre drives collaborations and facilitates translation of research into clinical application.

Set up with the aim of being the hub of multi-disciplinary excellence for the translation of pancreatic cancer research, the Pancreatic Cancer Programme keep on with our focus on world-class trials of therapies showing effectiveness in research models. By laveraging the Cambridge Centre network and resources, we are able to tackle the multi-faced challenges in developing and delivering therapeutic options more efficiently. We are keen to help patients seeking cutting-edge treatment opportunities.