Craig’s Cause Pancreatic Cancer Society is a national non profit, charitable organization, which provides information, education and support to patients and caregivers. 100% of the funds donated support education, awareness and research grants. 



Important Dates 

Sept. 2nd, 2014 ~ Support Group ~ Amy (Caregiver)

Sept. 27th, 2014 ~ NS PC Awareness Walk/Run/Bike

Sept. 27th, 2014 ~ Cold Lake, Alberta Awareness Walk

Sept. 27th, 2014 ~ Nfld. PC Awareness Walk

Oct. 7th, 2014 ~ Support Group ~ Pharmacist

Oct. 25th, 2014 ~ PEI PC Awareness Walk

Nov. 1st, 2014 ~ NB Awareness Walk

Nov. 4th, 2014 ~ Support Group

Nov. 2014 ~ Pancreatic Cancer Awareness

Nov. 8th, 2014 ~ Light up the Lake - 5km Run

Nov. 15th, 2014 ~ Parade of Lights!

Dec. 2nd, 2014 ~ Support Group

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Recent Video

Support Group Guest Speakers:

Moamen Bydoun on indentifying therapeutic targets in pancreatic cancer:

Neemat Sobhani on Nautural Food Products and Health:

Dr. Scott Hurton on Pancreatic Cancer care research in Nova Scotia:

Debbie Matheson on being a caregiver:

Dr. Mark Walsh on Pancreatic Cancer "How are we doing and where are we going?"

Celine Burlock on how to find peace:

Roy Ellis talks about grief and loss:

Rob Rutledge talks about the mind-body-spirit connection:

Timothy Walker talks about Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction:

Dr. Colin MacLeod talks about naturopathic medicine and cancer:

Dr. Daniel Rayson talks about pancreatic cancer:

Reverend David McGinley talks about spirituality and cancer:


Deadliest cancers overlooked by charity donors: Study

Young said the truth is, those afflicted with the deadliest cancers aren't getting the chance to speak out for their cause and to ask the public for support —they're not living long enough to do so. 

Breast, leukemia, childhood cancers ask loudly and frequently whereas other cancers like pancreatic, stomach, lung and colorectal don't have a voice," Young said.

The following links are to newspapers articles that came out today and to the actual study released "Cancer in Canada" by Charity Intelligence Canada. Although not surprising it speaks to the less then acceptable funding of Pancreatic Cancer. 0.8% of research funding is allocated to Pancreatic Cancer. 0.1% of donations are directed to Pancreatic Cancer.
We CAN change this! Get involved.......HELP us change these happened for Breast can happen for Pancreatic Cancer.
Read more:
Cancer In Canada Report
Tuesday, April 26th, 2011 ~ Global News 
Tuesday, April 26th, 2011 ~ Vancouver Sun

CBC Health Report

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