This year, roughly the same amount of people will die from Pancreatic Cancer as Breast Cancer.
This top five Cancer has just an 9.8% survival rate... let's start talking about it.
Our history dates back to October 2008 when the Avner Nahmani Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund was launched at Avner’s workplace.
Our mission is simple, to dramatically increase survival rates for the Pancreatic Cancer sufferers.
There is no end to the number of ways that you can get involved and support Pancreatic Cancer research - start brainstorming your own and get fundraising!
Every donation makes a big difference. Find out how you can support us in our mission to improve survival rates.
The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) announced $4.2 million funding for Pancreatic Cancer research project grants
The Avner Foundation made progress in 2018 ....
Professor David Goldstein, an investigator on a 2018 Avner Innovation grant awarded to Associate Professor Phoebe Phillips of the University of New South Wales was interviewed on ABC Weekend TV about Pancreatic Cancer research.
On World Pancreatic Cancer Day 15 November 2018, Avner-funded researchers from all over Australia gathered to fight Pancreatic Cancer.