This isn't just women in pink tutus and butterfly wings. This is women in pink tutus and butterfly wings beating cancer. Round up your girls and do something amazing this summer - sign up to Race for Life right now: [ Link ]
Our volunteers have fun, make friends, gain invaluable skills, and help us beat cancer sooner. This Student Volunteering Week we want to hero our amazing volunteers, especially those who fit volunteering around their studying or work commitments. Thank you! Sign up to join them: [ Link ]
And we're live! Get Race for Life ready on your lunch break, or watch again at a later date!
Don't let a fear of training put you off signing up. Ask fitness queen Scola Dondo your burning fitness questions below and she'll reply tomorrow. Don't forget to tune into her live Race for Life workout at 1pm, too.
Working out in your lunch break is beating cancer. Join us this Thursday for a 30 min livestream workout at 1pm, hosted by Scola Dondo and brought to you by HuffPost UK Lifestyle. It's a great way to get you Race for Life ready. We'll see you there.
“I remember it so clearly: my husband sat on the chair nearest the door to be unobtrusive, but the doctor suggested he should come and sit next to me. That’s when I knew there was a serious problem. When they told me I had breast cancer I had a little cry but then thought, ‘OK, that’s enough of that. What are we going to do about it?’ My sons were 13 and 16 at the time and didn’t want to hear...
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Mothers. Daughters. Sisters. Friends. We’re sending love your way this Valentine’s Day – thanks for your incredible support. Show your appreciation to the women you race with by tagging them below!
This is Lorraine. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015 and has been helping to beat cancer ever since.

“I was diagnosed with breast cancer after discovering a lump in my left breast. I first visited my GP who then sent me to hospital to undergo some tests. I thought everything was going to be fine so I went along on my own in between work appointments, but as the morning went on, I...
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Signing up. Running 13.1 miles. Crossing the finish line. This is beating cancer. If you weren’t one of the lucky few who gained a place in the Royal Parks Half ballot, join us at the Race for Life half marathon instead and help fund life-saving research: [ Link ]
Whoever inspires you to sign up or whatever inspires you to race. Share it. Tell everyone you know. Because when people know why you’re taking part, they’ll know what sponsoring you would mean.

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Get down. Get dirty. Beat cancer. Help save lives by signing up to Pretty Muddy right now: [ Link ]
Today is World Cancer Day. We need you to play your part in one incredible #ActOfUnity that will inspire the nation and help beat cancer sooner. We’ve loved seeing your Unity Band pics so far but if you haven’t shared yours yet, show us how you’ll be supporting World Cancer Day and make a donation right now to help support our life-saving research: [ Link ]
“I found a lump in my left breast in June 2010, shortly before I was due to run Race for Life. I thought it may have been a cyst but went to my doctor to be on the safe side. My doctor referred me for further tests and two weeks later I went for an ultrasound – I started to realise that something wasn’t right when they checked the area around my armpit and asked if I had had any family history...
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Already given up on your New Year's resolution to start training? Restart the year with February and get back on track. Keep going. Break the barrier. Beat cancer sooner. #RaceforLife
Help teach cancer a lesson by holding your own Race for Life Schools event this summer! Register today to receive your free pack, including a banner, posters, sponsorship forms and a medal for every student. [ Link ]
This isn’t just a novelty run. And it’s not just a catch up with the girls. This is thousands of women uniting with one goal. This is beating cancer. Race for Life is back in 2017, sign up right now: [ Link ]
Friday’s arrived, which means it’s time to slide into the weekend! Already signed up to a Pretty Muddy event in 2017? Let us know which event you’ll be making a splash at this summer!
Join our amazing community of #TimeHeroes this year and help beat cancer sooner. We’re looking for passionate and energetic people to join our volunteer team! Whether you decide to cheer people on at one of our events, help out at one of our local shops, or get involved with a fundraising activity, by dedicating your time you’ll help fund life-saving cancer research. Become a Time Hero right...
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