NPF Video

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About the National Pancreas Foundation Here is a short video describing the work of our organization and the programs that we are developing to better serve the patients, physicians and researchers in our network. Please contact us at info@pancreasfoundation.org if you would like to become more involved.

2015 Research Grant Recipients

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The National Pancreas Foundation Announces 2015 Research Grant Recipients NPF Awards 200,000 Dollars to Research Bethesda, MD – June 18, 2015 – The National Pancreas Foundation (NPF), a nonprofit organization dedicated to funding cutting edge research, advocating for new and better therapies, and providing support and education for those impacted by pancreatic disease, announced today …

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Announcing NPF Centers

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Announcing NPF Centers Applications The National Pancreas Foundation (NPF) is pleased to announce that we will begin accepting applications to be an approved NPF Center. NPF Centers will focus on multidisciplinary treatment of pancreatitis, treating the “whole patient” with a focus on the best possible outcomes and an improved quality of life. Applying institutions should complete …

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DDNC Annual Public Policy Forum

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The Digestive Disease National Coalition (DDNC) has provided national leadership for over thirty-five years on behalf of 40+ national and state medical organizations, professional societies, and non-profit patient advocacy groups interested in the full spectrum of digestive disorders. DDNC’s 25th Annual Public Policy Forum is fast approaching on March 1st-2nd in Washington, DC. This year’s …

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21st Century Cures Initiative Update

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It has been reported that among the 10,000 known diseases, 7,000 of which are considered rare, there are treatments for only 500. According to Dr. Francis Collins, Director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), it now takes “around 14 years and $2 billion or more” to develop a new drug and “more than 95 …

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