Good luck to Dr Christine Dufès and her team for their 'Big Stroll' on Sunday.
Good luck to Dr Christine Dufès and her team for their 'Big Stroll' on Sunday
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On Easter Monday, our amazing supporters Kev and Nikki Parker, along with 18 other friends and family members, spent their day doing a bucket collection at the Bristol Rovers football club. In the space of three hours, they managed to raise an incredible £1043! Thank you and well done to Kev, Nikki, and everyone else who took part!
On Easter Monday our amazing supporters Kev and Nikki Parker along with
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“All the cold, long runs (including Christmas day!) were so worth it to experience yesterday. I cried a lot on my way round. I was so emotional and felt so proud to be running for such a wonderful charity” – Aline Imray on completing the Virgin Money London Marathon on Sunday 23rd April.

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All the cold long runs including Christmas day were so worth it
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A big thank you from Worldwide Cancer Research to Anna Marie Nowicka and all of the staff at the Cinnamon Bazaar Restaurant for looking after us and our London Marathon runners so well on Sunday at our post-race reception! Anna Marie you were an absolute star, and made our runner’s day extra special.
A big thank you from Worldwide Cancer Research to Anna Marie Nowicka
What an incredible day! We are so proud of Team Worldwide Cancer Research for their amazing dedication. #LondonMarathon
What an incredible day We are so proud of Team Worldwide Cancer
Jack Cumming
Our #londonmarathon runners have been incredible!
Our londonmarathon runners have been incredible
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Our amazing runners are starting to pass through our #LondonMarathon cheer point. Well done, Team Worldwide Cancer Research!
Our amazing runners are starting to pass through our LondonMarathon cheer point
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John Killingworth
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Our Chief Executive, Dr Helen Rippon, is waiting at our reception to greet our amazing #LondonMarathon runners.
Our Chief Executive Dr Helen Rippon is waiting at our reception to
Our team of volunteers are ready at the #LondonMarathon cheer point!
Our team of volunteers are ready at the LondonMarathon cheer point
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Alan Brindley-Melia
Suzanne Carter
Good luck to our 47 amazing supporters running the Virgin Money London Marathon today who have raised over £80,000 for vital research projects around the world. We hope you all have an amazing day!
Good luck to our 47 amazing supporters running the Virgin Money London
"I have witnessed first-hand the financial and emotional strife cancer has caused." Lewis knows how tough facing cancer can be for his clients, which is why he's raising money for lifesaving research by running the London Marathon tomorrow. Read his story >>
I have witnessed firsthand the financial and emotional strife cancer has caused

Why I'm running the London Marathon for Worldwide Cancer Research

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Andrew lost his father to cancer just a few weeks before he got his place in the London Marathon. Read his story >>
Andrew lost his father to cancer just a few weeks before he

My London Marathon: Andrew’s story

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Entry into the BONUS DRAW ends today. Enter the Spring Raffle today for your chance to win £5,000 plus an extra prize in the Bonus Draw. Every entry will help to fund more cancer-beating research. You win. Cancer loses!
Entry into the BONUS DRAW ends today Enter the Spring Raffle today

Entry into the BONUS DRAW ends today!

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“Cancer is without borders; it doesn’t respect the measure of someone’s contribution to our world. It needs a global focus and worldwide collaboration to increase our chances of finding more treatments, and hopefully, cures.”

Alison has lost many loved ones to cancer, including her parents. That's why she's joining team Worldwide Cancer Research this Sunday for the London Marathon. Read her...
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Cancer is without borders it doesnt respect the measure of someones contribution

My London Marathon: Alison's story

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As a medical student, Marianne Shaw-Taylor knows the powerful difference cancer research can make in patient's lives. That's why she's joining our team running the London Marathon this Sunday. Read her story >>
As a medical student Marianne ShawTaylor knows the powerful difference cancer research

My London Marathon: Marianne's story

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BREAKING NEWS on breast cancer from The Institute of Cancer Research. Dr Lara Bennett, our Science Communications Manager, said: "This really shakes our beliefs as to what we previously knew about breast cancer. The development of the prototype drug is extremely promising."
BREAKING NEWS on breast cancer from The Institute of Cancer Research Dr

Scientists work out how breast cancer grows and spreads - and how to fight it

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You can win £5,000 in our Spring Raffle! If you enter by Friday 21 April, you'll also be entered into our BONUS DRAW. Enter online today >> [ Bit.ly Link ]
You can win 5000 in our Spring Raffle If you enter by

Win £5,000 in our Spring Raffle!

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It's great to see that Jack made it safely back from his Arctic adventure and had a great time. If you would like to support his amazing fundraising effort, please follow this link >> [ Justgiving.com Link ]
Its great to see that Jack made it safely back from his
Are you in the #London area next weekend? Worldwide Cancer Research is looking for volunteers to help us cheer on our 49 inspirational London Marathon runners. It’s a great day out, and you will get a fantastic view of the race! To sign up, or find out more, please fill out this brief form, and we will be in touch with you: [ Bit.ly Link ]
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Volunteer to help Team Worldwide Cancer Research at the London Marathon!

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