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Cancer Research UK
12/02/2016 at 19:14. Facebook
December is here and the countdown to Christmas has officially begun! Whoever you’re buying for this festive season, show them you care with a gift that gives something back. Our online Christmas shop has everything from heart-warming festive homewares to extra-special stocking fillers, and with 100% of profits from every gift going directly to our life-saving research, it’s win-win! So go on,...
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Cancer Research UK
12/02/2016 at 08:32. Facebook
We’d like to extend a huge congratulations to Dr Jo Waller, the first winner of our Jane Wardle Prevention and Early Diagnosis Prize. The prize is given to those who have produced world-leading research in the field of prevention and early detection of cancer. Dr Waller and her team, based at University College London, carry out pioneering research into the public perception of cervical...
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Cancer Research UK
yesterday at 20:04. Facebook
“Sometimes I worry I won’t be able to stay with her for as long as I want to. I was diagnosed with breast cancer when I was 34 weeks pregnant with my daughter, Ivy. Thankfully, I’m now in remission. People think you move on after chemo finishes, but the fear of a recurrence can be so debilitating. Thoughts like this creep in every once in a while, but I mainly spend my days laughing...
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Cancer Research UK
11/30/2016 at 20:04. Facebook
This week, 42-year-old cancer survivor Rob is aiming to be the first Briton, since Sir Ernest Shackleton 100 years ago, to trek to the South Pole! Earlier this year, Rob completed an epic 160km trek to the North Pole and is now determined to take on this 650km challenge, a journey that will take him 46 days. He’s aiming to raise £50,000 for our work to help beat cancer sooner, in memory of his...
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City worker to make historic South Pole journey after cancer battle

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Cancer Research UK
11/29/2016 at 20:00. Facebook
As #GivingTuesday 2016 comes to an end, we want to say a massive thank you to everyone who gave today. Whether you donated money, time or clothes, you’re helping fund life-saving research that will beat cancer sooner. If you haven’t donated yet, there’s still time to get involved and remind yourself that giving feels good. Find out how you can make a difference right now: [ Po.st Link ]
Cancer Research UK
11/29/2016 at 16:30. Facebook
“I started volunteering in my local shop nine years ago after giving up my career to care for my mum and husband, who were both diagnosed with cancer. After seeing cancer first hand, I wanted to do something positive, and volunteering seemed like the perfect way to help make a difference - I have a lot of artistic talent and I used to run my own business, so creating new window displays and...
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Cancer Research UK
11/29/2016 at 09:00. Facebook
Today is #GivingTuesday, a day to do something good for something you care about! Whether you donate money, pledge and hour of your time to volunteer or visit your local Cancer Research UK shop with a bag of unwanted goodies, you’ll be making a huge difference in the fight against cancer. So go on, remind yourself that giving feels good and give what you can right now to help us beat cancer...
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Cancer Research UK
11/28/2016 at 09:00. Facebook
Just one more day until #GivingTuesday! Are you ready to do something good for something you care about? Thanks to you, survival rates from cancer have doubled in the last 40 years - that means we’re giving more people, more time with their families. But there’s so much more to do. We want to accelerate progress so that 3 in 4 people survive cancer by 2034. Whatever you give this...
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Cancer Research UK
11/27/2016 at 20:15. Facebook
It’s time to dig out your favourite cosy winter socks as TK Maxx’s Christmas Sock Day is coming on 6 December! Wear your festive socks to raise money for Cancer Research UK Kids & Teens, and make sure to post your very own sock selfie, otherwise known as a #Socksie, on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter and TK Maxx will donate £1 every time the #Socksie hashtag is used. Terms and conditions apply:...
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Cancer Research UK
11/26/2016 at 20:01. Facebook
If you’ve enjoyed a bit of a splurge on Black Friday, why not give a little something back on 29 November in aid of #GivingTuesday? Join us then, and remind yourself that giving feels good :) [ Po.st Link ]
Cancer Research UK
11/26/2016 at 09:07. Facebook
“To be told I had mouth cancer and might not be able to speak for months was a real blow.” New stats out this week show that the rates of mouth cancer in the UK have jumped by 68% over the last 20 years. Our blog post tells Charlie’s story, and explores why, like most types of cancer, the earlier mouth cancer is diagnosed the better the patient’s chances of surviving.

Talking about mouth cancer is important

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Cancer Research UK
11/25/2016 at 20:01. Facebook
“In September 2016, aged 5 and a half, Lottie was diagnosed with Wilms’ tumour. She’s having weekly chemotherapy, and daily oral medicine for high blood pressure, which she hates! Through having the chemo she has lost her long brown hair and her weight has dropped, those are the negatives. The positives are that she doesn’t care about her hair loss, she just tells people it’s rude to stare!...
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Cancer Research UK
11/25/2016 at 10:03. Facebook
After her mum was diagnosed with cancer, Caroline decided to support us as a fundraiser, and more recently began working as a researcher whilst studying for her PhD. She said, “The funding CRUK gives to us is absolutely vital to the research I’m currently doing - it just wouldn’t be possible without the financial support. This picture best sums up my team’s approach to research - relentless...
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We want to say a huge #ThankYouThursday to Phil and his partner, Emma, who are setting off to climb Aconcagua this Saturday to raise money for oesophageal cancer research. Emma’s dad, Ernie, was diagnosed with oesophageal cancer in October. A retired GP, he dedicated 40 years of his working life to the NHS and knows how devastating cancer can be. To date, Phil and Emma have raised over...
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“I was diagnosed with papillary thyroid cancer when I was 21 years old, which had spread to my lymph nodes. I had my thyroid removed and had radioactive iodine treatment. For years after, I showed a reading of thyroglobulin, a molecule that's tested for to see if there are any active thyroid cancer cells in the body, which went up even further when I was pregnant. I needed another operation...
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Following a neuroblastoma diagnosis just days after his fifth birthday, Xano was the first child in the UK to receive a pioneering immunotherapy treatment, and has now been in remission for two years. He has also won a Kids & Teens Star Award. Dr Juliet Gray was one of a team of researchers who made this possible. She told us, “The treatment for neuroblastoma is tough and Xano was in and out...
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Mildred is 96 years old and volunteers in our Louth shop. Earlier this year, she received a Flame of Hope Award in honour of her amazing service. She told us, “My husband died of cancer over 45 years ago, so I volunteer to help beat it. I’ve been with the Cancer Research UK shop in Louth for 25 years. I like to greet the customers with a smile, encourage laughter, and I’ve even been known to...
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Today is World Hello Day! With the recent opening of the new Francis Crick Institute, we thought we’d introduce you to some of our researchers there. In this video, they talk about the work they do to help beat cancer sooner. Join us for World Hello Day – introduce yourself and share your story in the comments below!
“I was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer in January this year. It was such a shock, I never expected to get cancer at 38 years old. Breaking the news to my family was the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do. I hated seeing them upset over something I had no control over. I had surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy, and when my hair started to fall out my husband helped me shave it off, as it...
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As we look forward to Giving Tuesday on 29 November, the Cancer Research Aid Committee are preparing to celebrate the 36th year of giving to us through the Great Christmas Pudding Race. The annual festive fancy dress race takes place in London’s Covent Garden, and has raised over £1.5 million for our life-saving research! Pudding Race volunteer Tanya told us, “This will be my 27th year...
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