I was a fit, healthy mum. How could I have pancreatic cancer?
Whether $5 or $500 – every dollar counts towards funding life-changing research and clinical trials.
Cancer completely upended my world
My name is Katie Bryant. I have a loving husband and a beautiful son who is 13 now. I used to have a pretty normal life. Then, four years ago, when I was 45, I was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.
Pancreatic cancer completely upended my world and made me question everything I thought was important. Most of all, it’s made me realise just how vital organisations like GI Cancer Institute are – what an incredible, lifesaving role they play.
I believe that, with your support, we can have more life-changing treatments for people with cancer – including the thousands of others who will be diagnosed after me.
Thank you for your donation.
PemOla – A NEW PANCREATIC CANCER CLINICAL TRIAL
The GI Cancer Institute is committed to finding answers for pancreatic cancer. Right now, we’re seeking funding for a new pancreatic cancer trial, called PemOla.
This trial is aiming to help boost the effectiveness of immunotherapy for people with a very advanced and aggressive form of pancreatic cancer. We are narrowing our focus to people whose cancer has a ‘high mutational burden’ – we think these people will benefit most.