They call it the silent killer - because once you're diagnosed there' s just a 4 percent survival rate. Pancreatic Cancer is the UK's 5th biggest killer in terms of cancer. But a new report says that's partly because patients are being diagnosed too late. In the south last year 1,361 people were diagnosed last year - the highest of any region.
Now Southampton General Hospital and Oxford University Hospitals are at the forefront of new project to help speed up diagnosis and improve treatment. Mary Stanley has more.
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