The Fiorina Fund was created in legacy of Fiorina Elliott who lost her battle with pancreatic cancer in September 2009. It supports essential work and research into pancreatic cancer at the Royal Free London under the direction of Mr Kito Fusai, specialist in Hepato-pancreato-biliary surgery.
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We first visited the Royal Free Hospital in September 2008 following a discovery of a growth in Fiorina’s pancreas that was found to be engulfing her main vein.
Each year we have a 'Walk of Remembrance' at Trent Park, throughout the year we have open events to join in as well as bespoke Pancreatic Cancer Research fundraisers.