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A GP's Experience of Pancreatic Cancer 50 years apart
Episode 1111th November 2021 • Purple Rainbow Pancreatic Cancer Podcast • Purple Rainbow Pancreatic Cancer Podcast
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Today you're hearing from Anne-Marie Houlder, she's GP and Deputy Medical Director Of NHS England Improvement.

She shares her experiences of a family member being diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer in the 1970s and more recently a family friend dying from the disease.

Please be aware we do talk about the death of her friend in quite a bit of detail so if you're not ready to hear that please give this episode a miss and come back tomorrow. (There's lots of laughter in tomorrow's episode I promise)

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You can find out more about Purple Rainbow here https://purplerainbow.co.uk/

Music Credit Purple Planet Studios

DISCLAIMER:

All views, information or opinions expressed in this podcast series are solely my own and those of individuals interviewed and do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of Pancreatic Cancer UK , Pancreatic Cancer Action, Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund And The Elizabeth Coteman Fund 

The charities and their employees are not responsible for and do not verify the accuracy of any of the information contained in the podcast series.

The primary purpose of this podcast series is to inform, but it does not constitute medical or other professional advice or services.

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