About AMMF – The Cholangiocarcinoma Charity

AMMF – The Cholangiocarcinoma CharityFounded in 2002, AMMF was the world’s first charity dedicated solely to cholangiocarcinoma (bile duct cancer). Today, AMMF remains the UK’s only cholangiocarcinoma charity, now working nationally and across Europe, as well as actively collaborating globally.

AMMF provides information and support to those who need it, campaigns to raise awareness of this devastating disease, and encourages and supports specialised research teams in their work towards better diagnostic techniques and treatments and, ultimately a cure.

Over recent years an enormous and extremely worrying worldwide increase in cholangiocarcinoma’s incidence has been noted. Latest figures show there were 2,161 deaths caused by cholangiocarcinoma in 2013 in England alone (NCIN/Cancer52 report). The incidence appears to be increasing across all age groups, including younger people, and the cause of this ongoing increase is unknown. Much more research is desperately needed.

The Work of AMMF – An Overview

Shown for the first time at AMMF’s conference on 10th May, 2018, this video encapsulates the work and ethos of AMMF, the UK’s only cholangiocarcinoma charity.


AMMF’s Brochure

AMMF’s brochure is available in two versions – a printed version and a downloadable version.

AMMF’s Brochure

Simple and straightforward, this 6-page brochure contains information on AMMF and its aims, and provides details on cholangiocarcinoma in an easy to understand way.

To download a copy of AMMF’s brochure, click here

If you would like some printed copies to use at a fundraising event, for your hospital’s Liver Department, for your CNS, doctor and/or consultant, or for your GP practice, please email info@ammf.org.uk with how many you would like and your postal address, and we’ll get them sent off to you.



alan morement

Alan Morement
1948 – 2000

AMMF (The Alan Morement Memorial Fund) was founded and registered as a charity with the Charity Commission in 2002 (registered charity no 1091915).  It was then, and remains, the UK’s only dedicated Cholangiocarcinoma charity.

July 2020