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Stand Up To Cancer UK
12/03/2016 at 19:03. Facebook
Amanda and Deliah are currently in the middle of an epic two-month daily running challenge in aid of Stand Up To Cancer. “We saw the heartbreaking stories on the live show, and one of the stories that stayed with us was Mark’s. The loss of his wife and son was so heartbreaking, yet he and his family were so brave. We have so much admiration for him for sharing his story. Having been so moved...
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Stand Up To Cancer UK
11/29/2016 at 08:27. Facebook
“I was 24 when I was told I had bowel cancer. I previously had no symptoms but was rushed into A&E and diagnosed. Only a few months before, my uncle had been diagnosed with cancer in his spine and kidneys. Things got worse still when seven months later, my dad was diagnosed with lung cancer. He passed away at just 59 years old. It was a very hard time for my family. Thankfully, I’ve been given...
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We Stand Up To Cancer for Annie and her amazing attitude in the face of such adversity.
In our latest episode of Stand Up To Cancer: The Podcast, Dr Sam and Kirstie Allsopp focus on bowel cancer. They talk to guests Professor Tim Maughan, who is leading one of the most advanced bowel cancer trials, and Stuart, who talks about his incurable bowel cancer diagnosis. Listen to the podcast, here: [ Audioboom.com Link ]

Bowel Cancer

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To say thank you to the awesome ScottishPower for all their support for Stand Up To Cancer this year, we’ve enlisted the help of our friend Seann Walsh…
It’s World Hello Day! Today we’re celebrating the diversity of our scientists, volunteers, staff and everyone who has helped us fund our incredible life-saving research. How do you say hello? Introduce yourself in the comments below and share your story with us!
You may remember Jamie, who bravely shared his story during our live show last month. Jamie was a judo champion whose career was sadly cut short when he was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour. After England football team players Jamie Vardy, Daniel Sturridge and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain watched his story on our Gogglebox Stand Up To Cancer special, the England team invited him to meet...
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The money you raise for Stand Up To Cancer helps fund clinical trials and projects that are finding new ways to take on cancer. Like that of Professors Richard Wilson and Daniel Longley, who are working on an exciting new drug that could help cancer cells self-destruct. This work, in partnership with research and development company, MedImmune, could offer a new way of treating cancer. Watch...
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In this week’s Stand Up To Cancer: The Podcast, Dr Sam and Kirstie Allsopp bring the fight to rare cancers, particularly ones below the belt that we Brits may find harder to talk about. But we won’t be silenced by cancer! Standing together, we can empower everyone to talk about their body concerns sooner and we will find new treatments and cures. Join the rebellion at standuptocancer.org.uk.

Taboo Cancer

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Alex was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer in December 2013 when she was just 23 years old. In March 2015, she was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer. 19 months on, her treatment stopped working and she sadly died this week. Alex did everything she could to raise money for, and increase awareness of, early diagnosis, vital cancer research and better treatments. Today, we...
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“We know the pain and devastation that cancer causes only too well, as we’ve either had cancer ourselves or have had a relative diagnosed with cancer. But we’re fighting back in the way that girls do best; by singing and dancing to ultimate, upbeat party song!” These are The Cancer Fighters, and they’ve just released their new song ‘We Are The Cancer Fighters’ in aid of Stand Up To Cancer....
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Ian was planning to run the New York Marathon today to raise money and awareness in the fight against cancer. Sadly, Ian had to stop training last month as he was told his cancer had spread. Ian has been keeping us up to date with his progress and after undergoing brain surgery, he’s now having radiotherapy. We Stand Up To Cancer for Ian, and his determination to keep raising awareness despite...
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We Stand Up To Cancer for Jessica and her family who are raising awareness of the realities of childhood cancer.
This week’s episode of Stand Up To Cancer: The Podcast is focused on pancreatic cancer, a cancer that is incredibly tough to detect in its early stages which may be one reason why it is so hard to treat. We talk to Yasmin, whose dad sadly died from the disease, and we’re also joined by a world-leading cancer scientist, Professor Gerard Evan, part of Stand Up To Cancer's "Dream Team", a...
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Made in Chelsea’s Mark Francis took a tour of Wembley Stadium with our friends at BT to say a massive thank you for all their support for our Stand Up To Cancer campaign this year – check out how it all went down…
We Stand Up To Cancer with Demi-Leigh, who’s raising awareness for her teacher, grandma and two uncles. Last week, she held a Psychic Night and a Fun Day, raising over £900 - thank you, Demi-Leigh! Will you join her and Stand Up To Cancer? Find out how you can get involved: [ Po.st Link ]
One-year-old Jorja-Rose was diagnosed with a brain tumour in April. She has since undergone intense chemotherapy and has responded really well. Last week, her mum Carla and close friends and family held a cake sale, raising over £300 for our life-saving research! Carla said, “We are due to go to Sheffield Children’s Hospital for chemotherapy and a stem cell transfusion. We have a tough few...
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As part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, today’s episode of Stand Up To Cancer: The Podcast focuses on some of the difficult questions surrounding the science of breast cancer. We also hear from Kirstie Allsopp, who talks in depth about her family’s personal experience with breast cancer and her decision not to undergo a double mastectomy. po.st/UpjOBd
Enjoy the live show on Friday? Well there’s plenty more where that came from, as we give you… Stand Up To Cancer: The Podcast! Hosted by Kirstie Allsopp and our very own Dr Sam Godfrey (who chatted science live on Friday night with Alan Carr!), this series covers an array of topics. This week, hear more about the Hollyoaks Stand Up To Cancer storyline with #Jalfie stars Kassius Nelson and...
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“My daughter, Chantelle, arranged a bake sale on Thursday in aid of Stand Up To Cancer. We lost a truly amazing woman three years ago to a shortly after she was diagnosed with cancer. It was horrible to watch a woman so full of love and joy have her body and her memories stripped away by the disease as it took hold of her brain.” We want to say a huge thank you to Samantha, Chantelle and their...
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