Stand Up To Cancer UK
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“I lost my mum in August 2015 to pancreatic cancer. Although it was a very upsetting and difficult time for my family, I couldn’t help but admire my mum’s strength and bravery throughout what was an extremely difficult part of her life. The doctor’s prognosis was that she wouldn’t survive longer than three months, however she battled on for 18 months. She never once complained and was...
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Whatever you’re doing this Valentine’s Day, we want to give you a shed-load of love for your incredible support. As the biggest, baddest rebellion against cancer, you totally deserve it!
The money you raise for Stand Up To Cancer goes towards funding research that is all about getting treatments to patients, faster. It’s cutting-edge. It’s exciting. And most importantly, it’s life-saving. Watch our animation to learn about one of the clinical trials we fund, the NIMRAD trial, led by Professor Nick Slevin…
On World Cancer Day, and every day, we Stand Up To Cancer for all those affected by cancer and their friends, families and loved ones. Who do you Stand Up To Cancer for? Let us know the name, or names, in the comments below. We’d also like to say a huge thank you to everyone for wearing a Unity Band, or donating, and playing a part in an incredible #ActOfUnity today – your support will fund...
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Our World Cancer Day rebellion is in full swing! Are you with us?? Wear your Unity Band (available in Zizzi restaurants or online here, [ Link ], or make a donation, and together we will save more lives: [ Link ]
Today is World Cancer Day! Join us in an awesome #ActOfUnity by wearing your Unity Band, or donating, to help fund the most incredible, ground-breaking research that will beat cancer sooner: [ Link ]
Tomorrow is World Cancer Day! Get ready to join thousands across the country and play your part in an epic #ActOfUnity that will help save lives. Who do you Stand Up To Cancer for?
“I feel that I was one of the lucky ones – I’ve learnt not to take things for granted. We’re supporting World Cancer Day in the hope that my story can help other kids going through cancer.” Greg was 13 years old when he was diagnosed with cancer and told that treatment could make him infertile. He had his sperm frozen before going through a year of gruelling chemotherapy and six months of...
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Stand Up and save lives this Saturday, World Cancer Day. Get your limited edition black and orange band from Zizzi restaurants and play your part in one epic #ActOfUnity. Who are you uniting for? Let us know in the comments below.
Some of our fave celeb supporters have got their Stand Up To Cancer Unity Bands. Have you? Get yours from your nearest Zizzi restaurant, slap it on your wrist on World Cancer Day this Saturday, and unite with us in our rebellion against cancer!
"My life is full because I know I am loved." Today, we Stand Up To Cancer for acting legend Sir John Hurt, following the news he has died of pancreatic cancer. Star of The Elephant Man and Harry Potter, he'll be remembered so fondly for those, and so many other memorable roles, that made him a truly extraordinary actor.

John Hurt, versatile star of The Elephant Man, Alien and Harry Potter, dies aged 77
"I'm wearing my Unity Band this World Cancer Day, as despite my diagnosis I want to spread the word that cancer doesn't mean a death sentence. My life has had its lows over the past eight years, but it's also had some wonderful highs too. And that needs to be celebrated. My life may end prematurely, but I'll have fun getting there. I've been given the chance to say what I need to say, live out...
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“2009 was a bad year for me. My mum, Lynette, was diagnosed with womb cancer and I was told I had cervical cancer, following a routine smear test. I had a tumour in my cervix, so a month after my diagnosis the best treatment for me was to have a radical hysterectomy. Following successful treatment and recovery, I have a lot to be thankful for. I really want to raise awareness of cervical...
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“When I was diagnosed, I couldn’t believe it was happening to me. My two sons, Cameron and Josh, were 11 and six at the time. I remember looking at them and my husband Dave and thinking, ‘bring it on’. I wanted to fight this disease with all I had, for them and for myself. Cameron is disabled and Josh was too young to understand at the time so we decided to keep it simple with them. We were...
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Following the incredibly sad death of 19-year-old vlogger Charlotte Eades to a brain tumour last year, her mum, Alex, and brother, Miles, have continued to run her YouTube channel to raise awareness of cancer amongst young people. They’ve also set up a new charity dedicated to her called Charlotte’s BAG, which focuses on raising funds for research into glioblastoma multiforme: . Nearly a year...
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1 in 2 people in the UK will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime. It's only by uniting together that we can beat it sooner. This World Cancer Day, 4 February, wear a Stand Up To Cancer Unity Band with pride and be part of one incredible #ActOfUnity. Get yours here: [ Link ]
This World Cancer Day, 4 February, join us for one incredible #ActOfUnity when millions of people come together in the fight against cancer. Get your limited edition Stand Up To Cancer Unity Band or make a donation to our life-saving research now: [ Link ]
Headlined by two-time Mercury Prize nominee and two-time MOBO award winner, Laura Mvula, this show is your chance to see exclusive stripped back performances from a host of incredible music talent, including London Contemporary Voices, The Beach, Passport To Stockholm and a very special surprise guest. TV and radio presenter Edith Bowman comperes this intimate night of live music, taking place...
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Stand Up To Cancer at Union Chapel