Can we stop tumour growth in PMP?

Recent work by Kjersti Flatmark’s team in Oslo, Norway has shown some exciting developments in our understanding of the genetic mutations that can result in people who develop pseudomyxoma peritonei ( or PMP)¹. The GNAS gene controls the switch for cell survival and...

Meet trustee Clare

Meet Clare, she joined us this year as a trustee and brings a patient’s perspective to our trustee board. It’s Trustees’ Week and we want to introduce you to our trustees and the work they do. Clare Trustee I became a trustee for Pseudomyxoma...

Meet Alison, one of our trustees

It’s Trustees’ Week from 1st-5th November 2021 and we’re hoping to give you an idea what it’s like to be a trustee with Pseudomyxoma Survivor. Trustees are changemakers and becoming a charity trustee is a significant way you can have your...

Breaking the Taboo Around Cancer and Sexuality

I recently attended a webinar on 'Let's break the taboo around cancer and sexuality' which was organised by primarily by the Association of European Cancer Leagues (ECL). ECL is a non-profit, pan-European umbrella organisation of national and regional cancer...

Our Cancer Cash Story

In September 2020, we received the terrible news that no one wants to ever hear,  my wife Nadine was diagnosed with pseudomyxoma peritonei (PMP). Our world changed immediately with Nadine’s world promptly fell apart and my only memory from that moment was grabbing...

Georgina

It is with a heavy heart that we announce that our friend and colleague, Georgina Morgan has died. We have been honoured to have Georgina as a Trustee here at Pseudomyxoma Survivor for over two years. As both a medical professional and a pseudomyxoma peritonei patient...