The Elizabeth Coteman Fund was set up by the Coteman family in memory of Elizabeth Coteman, who died from Pancreatic Cancer at the age of 59.
We are a family established Fund, which has no major structures, bureaucracy or overheads; everything we do is voluntary and is driven by our personal loss and our deep desire to improve the experience of Pancreatic Cancer sufferers and their families.
To improve survival rates and quality of life for those diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer
To support sufferers and their families & to boost the support for, and impact of, research into Pancreatic Cancer
We provide direct financial support for individuals and families affected by Pancreatic Cancer where this is needed (for small items, travel expenses or holidays), we provide advocacy and raise awareness, we encourage and support volunteer involvement and we offer up our own experiences to those who seek guidance when they are faced with diagnosis of Pancreatic Cancer. Crucially, and driven by the memory of our precious wife and mother, we provide leadership in this area, asking the difficult questions and not taking no for an answer.
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