About CRUK Cambridge Centre - Pancreatic Cancer Programme
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. We believe that clusters of multi-disciplinary excellence is the key to overcome the challenges in treating pancreatic cancer. Focusing on world-class trials of therapies showing effectiveness in research models, we aim to help patients seeking cutting-edge treatment opportunities.
The centre is involved in research ranging from scientific research into the biology of pancreatic cancer, identification of biomarkers...Learn More
A variety of trials are currently open for recruitment at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge.Learn More
The Cambridge HPB Surgery Symposium, 24th June 2022, Møller Institute, Cambridge.Learn More