Pancreatic Cancer Centre

Pancreatic Cancer Centre

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The Cambridge Pancreatic Cancer Centre (CPCC) aims to be a centre of multidisciplinary excellence for the translation of pancreatic cancer research.

The Centre aims to enrol as many pancreatic cancer patients as possible onto clinical trials so that they may benefit from novel therapeutic approaches, while permitting us to further our understanding of this disease and generate better therapies in the future.

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The University Department of Oncology is part of the School of Clinical Medicine and is based within six locations on or close to the Addenbrooke’s Hospital site.

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