It is the fifth most common cancer in the UK
By 2030 it will replace breast cancer as the 4th biggest cancer killer in the UK
Pancreatic cancer occurs when abnormal cells in the pancreas grow out of control
Only one per cent of cancer research funding is dedicated to it
Just 3% of those diagnosed survive for five years
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