The NPCF (founded May 2009) strives to provide quality of life, sustainability and dignity to those we serve. Through our volunteers we provide an opportunity of hope and caring for those afflicted by this devastating disease. We also provide the opportunity for their family members to help fight one of the leading causes of cancer deaths in the United States. There is no known cure, however, there are new developments everyday to prolong and sustain the quality of life of the patient.
Mission – We exist to deliver unwavering support for patients and families fighting pancreatic cancer.
Vision – We are the national leader in transforming the experience of pancreatic cancer by delivering immediate personal support to all who seek it.
As many patients and families travel this long and painful road of uncertainty, there is hope through many avenues. Every day offers new research and treatments. While this devastating disease takes courage to keep going, through faith we will be able to sustain the quality of life and dignity of our family and friends afflicted with pancreatic cancer.
Montreal, Canada was aglow in purple early in May 2017, as more than 40 pancreatic cancer organizations representing 20 countries attended the second annual World Pancreatic Cancer Coalition (WPCC) meeting. The National Pancreatic Cancer Foundation was represented by Rhonda Hatfield, Founder and National Director, and Cindi Peterson, Director of Operations.
More than 80 participants at the meeting learned and shared fundraising and advocacy best practices, listened to personal testimonials from pancreatic cancer survivors and heard about the latest research trends from leading physician-scientists.
We encourage you to contact our support team by calling 800-859-6723 or at firstname.lastname@example.org (confidential).
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