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Cancer Research UK pioneers life-saving research to bring forward the day when all cancers are cured.
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How do tumours ‘know’ where to spread? Read our Science Surgery post for the answer:
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Replying to @TheJadonMayhew
Well done Jadon and Roxy, great challenge and still smiling at the end - lovely video too, thanks for your support.
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This Sunday, Pete is walking the for his loved ones, including his wife, Val, who died of bowel cancer in 2008. After his prostate cancer diagnosis, Pete received the all clear three years ago and has since been raising money for cancer research. Good luck Pete!
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Replying to @DavidECampbell
Good luck Dave and our very best wishes to your wife. ❤
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Replying to @Janealder
👍👍 Enjoy :)
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Replying to @richiesheerin
Hi Richie. In most cases exercise is perfectly safe for cancer patients, but we always advise checking with your doctor before doing vigorous exercise just in case. It might also help to call our nurses on 0808 800 4040 if you’d like advice.
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Replying to @DriverPotter
Hi Driver, there are lots of ways to support us, please click here for a host of fundraising ideas, tips and advice: if you need any more info or have any questions please mail our team supporter.services@cancer.org.uk
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Replying to @Janealder
Well done Jane, treat yourself to a soak in the bath or a long hot shower, many thanks for your support :)
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Why do certain faulty genes only cause cancer in some parts of the body? New on our science blog:
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A targeted liver cancer drug will now be available on the NHS in Scotland, after it was found to give patients longer before their disease gets worse. Here’s what you need to know:
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Find out how our scientists are using blood samples to help match cancer patients to experimental clinical trials:
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Faults in certain genes can promote cancer in some organs but prevent it in others. Our scientists are teaming up to tackle this cellular conundrum:
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Cancer Research UK Apr 22
Replying to @libbyannxxx
Hi Libby, if you email our team ,supporter.services@cancer.org.uk with your request they will be able to help you.
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Cancer Research UK Apr 22
Replying to @pam_radley
Good luck Pam :)
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Cancer Research UK Apr 22
“I’m taking part because I want to give something back. Until you go through it, you don’t realise what goes into your treatment.” Thanks to Claire, pictured on the left, for joining after treatment for acute promyelocytic leukaemia. Sign up:
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Cancer Research UK Apr 22
Replying to @MadinaVickzstar
Thanks for your support Vickzstar, and happy birthday on Thursday 🎂🎉🎇
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Cancer Research UK Apr 22
Scientists in the US, UK and the Netherlands have teamed up to tackle a complex cellular conundrum – why do some faulty genes only cause cancer in certain organs? Our blog post has the lowdown on their latest plans:
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Cancer Research UK Apr 22
The TARGET clinical trial is harnessing information from the blood to find a new approach to treating patients with advanced cancers. Find out more:
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Cancer Research UK Apr 22
Replying to @button_andrew
Absolutely brilliant Andrew congratulations and well done, many thanks for your support 👏👏👏
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Cancer Research UK Apr 22
Replying to @AMKettlewell
Good luck Alistair :)
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