You could show #WillPower by hitting the gym this January, or you could use your Will to fund future cancer research that might one day change the world. Download our FREE ‘Guide to Wills and Legacies’ to find out more about how you can support our work >> [ Link ]
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If you need help to write or update your Will just get in touch. We have a FREE service that puts you in touch with a solicitor in your local area. Our free spaces are very limited - find out more and sign-up here >> [ Link ] #WillPower
Amazing - another discovery from our scientists at the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona)!

The team discovered a protein that protects against fatty liver, the most common liver disease in Western countries, which can lead to liver cancer. Their results could help prevent fatty liver disease in some people and paves the way for new treatments in the future.

Researchers discover protein that protects against fatty liver
Will your legacy be the next breakthrough in cancer research? Every year we are able to fund around 8 research projects because of gifts left to us in Wills. What an amazing legacy. Sign-up to get our FREE ‘Guide to Wills & Legacies’ here >> [ Link ] #WillPower
Now that #BlueMonday is behind us, why not use your time this January to get organised for 2017?

Here are five reasons why you should organise your Will and how Worldwide Cancer Research can help you do it with our free expert help. #Willpower

Five reasons you should organise your Will now
Our charity is able to fund around 8 additional cancer research projects every year because of gifts left to us in Wills. These generous supporters are helping to change the future with what they leave behind – what an amazing legacy. This January we’re offering our followers a chance to have a Will written or updated for free. Find out more and sign-up here >> [ Link ] #WillPower
Places will quickly sell out for this year's Chariots of Fire Beach Race in St Andrews. Tag a friend who should sign up with you!

Chariots of Fire Beach Race 2017
We have just ONE place left in the Vitality Bath Half Marathon! Do you want to complete our team? Get your free place here >> [ Link ]

Join Worldwide Cancer Research for the Vitality Bath Half Marathon!
Worldwide Cancer Research relies on gifts in Wills to fund cancer-fighting science. To us, ‘Will’ is a very powerful word. After your loved ones, would you consider leaving a gift which will make a difference? Sign-up to get the free Guide >> [ Link ] #WillPower
#ThrowbackThursday to October when Katie Jones ran her first half marathon in memory of her father. She raised £1120 – more than double the £500 target she set herself! Why not join our 2017 Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon team? [ Link ]
Congratulations to Worldwide Cancer Research funded scientist Professor Pieter Van Vlierberghe and Professor Jody Haigh who have identified a mechanism in cells that may be the reason why a type of #leukaemia often fails to respond to treatment. If drugs can now be developed to disrupt this mechanism, it could potentially improve survival rates for these patients. Their work was published this...
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Congratulations to Worldwide Cancer Research funded scientist Professor Salvador Aznar Benitah for his National Cancer Research Prize. This follows his recent scientific discovery of the cells responsible for cancer spread which we featured in our blog >> [ Link ]

Salvador Aznar Benitah receives an award for his research on cancer | IRB Barcelona
Well done to the enthusiastic people of St Andrews for braving the cold North Sea for the New Year's Day #dook! Together, they raised £100 for Worldwide Cancer Research.
Is getting cancer about our lifestyle, or simply down to ‘bad luck’? New research by our scientists in the Netherlands could finally give us the answer. Read about one of our research highlights of 2016.

New research suggests cancer isn’t just 'bad luck' after all (unsurprisingly)
Leave your comfort zone behind in 2017. Complete the ultimate challenge for FREE at Tough Mudder 2017 by joining Team Worldwide Cancer Research. Our spaces are limited so act now and make sure you don’t miss out. [ Link ]
In July, local supporters Nick Styles and Ally Syme cycled from Edinburgh to London in 5 days, and then cycled another 100 miles at the RideLondon Surrey 100! In total, they raised £2360 for Worldwide Cancer Research! If your #NewYearResolution is to get out on your bike more, why not sign up for our 2017 Ride London team? [ Link ]
One pill to treat them all? One of our 2016 research highlights was when our scientists at the University of Leeds found a way to potentially block the human herpes virus. Their research takes us a step closer to a pill for everyone who needs it, from a teenager with a cold sore, a new baby with a viral infection or a transplant patient with Kaposi’s sarcoma.

New research hope for Kaposi’s sarcoma