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Vernon attends Westminster 'drop-in' for Pancreatic Cancer UK

Today, Vernon was one of 70 MPs to visit Pancreatic Cancer UK's Westminster drop-in. The session was intended to educate MPs about pancreatic cancer and to inform them about activities planned for November's Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month (PCAM).


Vernon gladly took the opportunity to speak with patients, carers and Pancreatic Cancer UK staff. He is proud to support the campaign for better research and treatment for pancreatic cancer, and is pictured above with the charity's 'Purple Lights for Hope' sign.

If you would like to find out more about Pancreatic Cancer UK and their plans for PCAM, why not visit their website?

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