Ali Stunt

Today came the remarkable news that researchers at Johns Hopkins University in the USA , and published in Science  have developed a non-invasive blood test that can detect 70% of eight common...

Ali Stunt talks to Channel 5 about potential delays in chemotherapy treatments at Churchill Hospital, Oxford

On Wednesday 10th January, I drove up to Oxford at the request of Channel 5/ITN News to give my comments for the evening news bulletin on a memo leaked by the...

On March 7-8 we exhibited at the Health and Wellbeing at Work show at the NEC in Birmingham. This gave us an opportunity to discuss pancreatic cancer with Occupational Health (OH)...

A recent study by Cancer Research UK*  has found that for all cancers, the number of cancer cases and deaths will increase by 2035 by 42% (cases) and 30% (deaths). However,...

After nine years of managing to avoid it, it has happened to me. It has now been confirmed that I have Pancreatic Exocrine Insufficiency and I am awaiting an appointment with...

"It is a bittersweet irony that on the anniversary of surviving nine years following pancreatic cancer, I am awaiting the results of a CT scan to see if anything nasty has...

I joined the first formal Board meeting for Pancreatic Cancer Europe (since its new legal status as a not-for profit registered in Brussels) which was held in Liverpool in early July....

We have seen a lot in the press recently about the advances in immunotherapy for many cancers and, in the case of melanoma, with extraordinary results. We’ve not as yet seen...

This week is #NationalDiabetesWeek and social media has been full of interesting facts and hints and tips on how to manage either Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes. What I have...

It has been an amazingly inspirational couple of days at the very first World Pancreatic Cancer Coalition (WPCC) meeting in Orlando, USA. Over 54 delegates from 24 countries attended and I...