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Free events to learn about pancreatic cancer

National charity Pancreatic Cancer UK is encouraging nurses to sign up to two free study days

Healthcare professionals who care for people with pancreatic cancer are being encouraged to sign up for two study days being held in June.

The free study days, which will be hosted by Pancreatic Cancer UK, will take place on June 5 in Cambridge and June 18 in Northern Ireland.

Topics such as diagnosis, surgery, nutrition and diet, oncology, clinical trials and community palliative care will be covered during both events.

Both events are open to all healthcare professionals who care for people with the disease, including clinical nurse specialists, ward nurses, district and palliative care nurses, private sector nurses, GPs and all specialist dieticians.

To register email hpnetwork@pancreaticcancer.org.uk or call 07500 665801 by May 26 2015.

Healthcare professionals who care for people with pancreatic cancer are being encouraged to sign up for two study days being held in June.

The free study days, which will be hosted by Pancreatic Cancer UK, will take place on June 5 in Cambridge and June 18 in Northern Ireland.

Topics such as diagnosis, surgery, nutrition and diet, oncology, clinical trials and community palliative care will be covered during both events.

Both events are open to all healthcare professionals who care for people with the disease, including clinical nurse specialists, ward nurses, district and palliative care nurses, private sector nurses, GPs and all specialist dieticians.

To register email hpnetwork@pancreaticcancer.org.uk or call 07500 665801 by May 26 2015.

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