PANCREATIC Cancer UK will benefit from a fundraiser in memory of a Southampton restaurateur.

Simon Sin, who ran Noodle 8 in Portswood with his wife Karyn, died of the disease in December.

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His cousin Mo-ching Lo has already raised £1,000 for the cause through a Facebook fundraiser and will be jogging 28 miles in February in a bid to give the charity an even bigger boost.

Pancreatic cancer has the lowest survival rate of all the 20 most common cancers, with just seven per cent of people living for five years or more after diagnosis.

Pancreatic Cancer UK is taking on this devastating disease by investing in ground-breaking research and supporting patients and their loved ones.