Webinar: Updates in the Field of Pancreatic Cysts

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LET’S PUT AN END TO PANCREAS DISEASE

Enough
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LET’S PUT AN END TO PANCREAS DISEASE

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Mission

The National Pancreas Foundation provides hope for those suffering from pancreatitis, pancreatic cancer, and FCS through funding cutting edge research, advocating for new and better therapies, and providing support and education for patients, caregivers, and health care professionals.

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Over 30 programs for
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What Is The Pancreas?

The pancreas is an organ and a gland. Glands are organs that produce and release substances into the body. The pancreas contains glands that release substances to help with digestion and control blood sugar. Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes are common pancreatic conditions. Other pancreas conditions include pancreatitis and pancreatic cancer.

Physician Programs

Upcoming Events

Initiatives

Black/African American Guide to Pancreas Disease

Many studies suggest that environmental and socioeconomic factors have contributed to the increased risk of pancreas disease among African Americans. NPF’s Black/African American Initiative will address these issues with the hope of decreasing the incidence of pancreas disease in the Black/African American community.

Cookbook & Pocket Guide

The NPF Healthy Family Recipes for Pancreas Disease includes recipes for pancreatitis patients (chronic and pediatrics) as well as pancreatic cancer. There is even a kid-friendly section. Available to purchase or download a free e-flip version. It is complemented by our Eat Healthy, Live Better pocket guide.

Camp Hope

The National Pancreas Foundation and Rebecca’s Wish created Camp Hope, so children and young people suffering from pancreatitis, or post-TPIAT, can experience all the joys of camp without limitations. Camp Hope is a place where they can meet to bond/build friendships in a fun and medically safe environment.

Ways To Get Involved

Join a chapter

Volunteers fuel awareness of pancreatic diseases while helping promote events and expand patient, public, and professional education.

Help make a difference

Share your story

Sharing your personal or caregiver experience with pancreas disease helps create awareness while supporting and advocating for others.

Inspire others with your story

Fundraise

Help us fund vital pancreatic research programs by hosting an event such as golf, run, gala, sporting event or even a bake sale.
Every dollar counts!

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Legacy giving

Giving in memory can help fund groundbreaking pancreatic research programs while honoring the memory of your loved one.

Give in memory of a loved one

Birthday giving

Celebrate your birthday and help our fight against pancreas disease by creating a Facebook birthday campaign in 6 simple steps.

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Get social with us

Help NPF spread the word by following our social media, commenting, and sharing. Together we can expand awareness!

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Find a Center of Excellence Near You

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Connect With Us

The momentum is rolling, we already have 20 teams signed up. Don’t wait, register your team today for the 2023 PancreasBowl! 🎳
https://bit.ly/NPFPB23
#pancreasbowl #npfpancreasbowl

Register Today! NPF has partnered with The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center for a patient webinar on Pancreatic Cysts. Featuring Surgeon Alessandro Paniccia, MD and Pathologist Aatur Singhi, MD PhD.

Date: Thursday, September 20, 2023
Time: 7:00p.m.ET
RSVP: ...https://bit.ly/npfwebinar

#pancreaticcare #chronicdisease #PancreasDisease #SpreadAwarenessNow #NationalPancreasFoundation #pancreasdisease #NPFeducation #pancreas #PancreasHealth #pancreatic #NPF #healtheducation #npf #healthcare #pancreascyst #universityofpittsburgh #patients

Cookout season is still underway, especially with the return of Football. Try something new and plan your cookout with pancreas-friendly recipes like Grilled Chicken with Avocado Salsa from our cookbook. http://bit.ly/npfnutrition
Comment below on your favorite pancreas friendly cookout meal. ...🥗 #HealthyCookout #PancreatitisAwareness

The U.S. Pain Foundation, Pain Connection offers support and sources that are dedicated to empowering people with chronic pain to improve their quality of life. You are not alone, find a support group and resources to help you cope with pain.
http://bit.ly/painconnection
#painawarenessmonth... #painisreal #chronicpain

We're getting ready to roll with PancreasBowl 23! Events will be held between October to December 2023. Get your teams ready and sign up today! 🎳 https://bit.ly/NPFPB23
#pancreasbowl #pancreasbowl23 #npfpancreasbowl

🇺🇸 Remembering September 11th 🇺🇸
Today, we pause to remember a day that changed our world forever. September 11th, 2001, is a date etched into our collective memory, a day of tragedy and heroism.
Let's take a moment to honor the lives lost, the heroes who rushed in to help,... and the resilience of our nation. 🙏❤️
#NeverForget #September11 #UnitedWeStand

🌟 National Suicide Prevention Week 🌟
During this important week, let's remember that our words, actions, and support can make a world of difference. Reach out, listen, and let someone know they're not alone. 💚 Are you in a crisis? Call or text 988 or text TALK to 741741.
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#SuicidePrevention #YouMatter #NSPW #HopeMatters

We thank you for your support as we provide hope and resources for those suffering from pancreatic diseases.

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