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Craig's Cause Pancreatic Cancer Society is an official partner of The Rounds, a secure collaboration network modern physicians and HCPs trust to improve healthcare outcomes. To connect with healthcare professionals in The Rounds, you can register to join the Pancreatic Cancer Community by submitting your email on this page and completing the 2-minute registration process.
Who is The Rounds for?
Physicians and HCPs from across Canada join The Rounds to connect with their peers and experts across therapeutic areas in a secure environment. The Rounds is free for registered physicians and HCPs.
What can you do on The Rounds?
We know that through the research of Canadian researchers, Dr. Michele Molinari, Dr. Scott Hurton, Dr. Robyn Urquhart, Dr. Winson Cheung and Dr. Julie Hallett, that a significant proportion of patients (46-60%) with advanced pancreatic cancer are not referred to a cancer center for treatment. This means that half of pancreatic cancer patients are not accessing standard of care. We know that minimal amounts of patients are enrolling in clinical trials.
We also know that an early diagnosis is seldom made (10-20%). Most patients are diagnosed with metastatic disease (40-50%) and their early signs and symptoms go unrecognized or diagnosed. As a result, 92% of patients will die from their diagnosis across Canada in 2021, taking more lives than breast cancer.
The priority of the Virtual National Pancreas Conference 2021 is to engage the healthcare community in current pancreatic cancer education sessions and discussions, which will highlight topics important to increasing pancreatic cancer survival rates and improving a patient's quality of life.
We will do this by providing a variety of sessions, within various disciplines, which will have recognized international guest speakers facilitating.
We know that an early diagnosis, understanding of pathways to diagnosis, current standard of care, and knowledge of clinical trials and research, in Canada, will save lives.