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Case study: Precision-Panc participant encourages others to think about taking part in research

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Grahame: Precision-Panc

“You’re a component in a team that is not just there seeking a healthier outcome for you, but also is trying to accumulate what’s happening to you for the record, and that information then goes on to help the next wave of people coming forward.”

Not all cancers are the same. Precision medicine is about tailoring treatments to an individual’s cancer. Precision-Panc Clinical Trials are delivered through the NHS and match people with pancreatic cancer to the trial most likely to work for them.

Grahame Priest took part in the Precision-Panc trial after he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. He was treated at University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust. This is his story of taking part in research.

Watch his story or read the full video transcript:

Shared with heartfelt thanks to Grahame and his widow Rachel.

Find out more about Precision-Panc on their website.