Fitness trainer Heather Lawson has completed her hardest challenge yet, an exhausting but unforgettable cross-country ski marathon in the Arctic Circle, while also breaking the £1k fundraising bar for PCRF.
Kirsty Ford is the only woman on the fight card for the West Berkshire White Collar Boxing charity event on March 14. She’s taking part – for the first and only time – to raise funds for PCRF, in memory of her aunt who died in 2017.
We’re keen to support early career researchers who have chosen to focus on pancreatic cancer, such as PhD student Lavanya Sivapalan from Queen Mary University of London, who carries out innovative research into liquid biopsies.
The foot-and-mouth-disease virus is helping scientists to tackle pancreatic cancer, in new research funded by PCRF. (Image credit: CRUK)
Since losing her husband Gareth, aged just 39, to pancreatic cancer in June 2019, Nichole Jones, from Telford, has been taking every opportunity to raise awareness of the disease, as well as fundraising for PCRF in Gareth’s memory.
How would you fancy crossing 24 miles of the world’s busiest shipping lane standing up on a paddleboard? That’s exactly what a team led by supporter Tom Hazelden did last October, in memory of Tom’s father Ted, who died in 2014 of pancreatic cancer
Since losing her husband Gareth, aged just 39, to pancreatic cancer in June 2019, Nichole Jones has been taking every opportunity to raise awareness of the disease, as well as fundraising for PCRF in Gareth’s memory.
Huge congratulations to Abigail Coetzee - now DR Abigail Coetzee - who has been awarded her PhD.
To mark her 50th birthday, fitness trainer Heather Lawson from Blackheath in London has embarked on an extraordinary year of 50 physical and fitness fundraising challenges in tribute to her father and uncle, both affected by pancreatic cancer.
A PCRF-funded project has identified a new way to kill pancreatic cancer cells by ‘pulling the plug’ on the energy generator that fuels calcium pumps on their cell surface.