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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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A study to find out whether a PET-CT scan can help to tell who needs to have rituximab after the initial treatment for lymphoma now added to our database
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News digest – ‘No-deal’ Brexit predictions, nurse shortages and a ‘surprising’ DNA discovery:
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Replying to @juliettetaylor
Hi, Juliette. For more info see here:
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Cancer Research UK 19h
A trial looking at a new drug called pegylated recombinant human arginase for children and young adults with cancer now added to our database
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Cancer Research UK 21h
Replying to @tanyascott0411
Hi Tanya, here are the 13 types of cancer caused by obesity:
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Cancer Research UK 22h
We played a vital role in the development of cisplatin, a drug that helps 98% of men survive testicular cancer for 10 years or more. Thanks to your regular donations, we’re able to fund more life-saving research.
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CRUK Policy Oct 18
This week's sees Head of Public Affairs and Campaigns reflecting on our work during the Conference season. In light of welcome announcements, our message is that having enough workforce will be key to boosting early diagnosis.
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Cancer Research UK 23h
Turn your experience of cancer into insight that could help improve the lives of cancer patients and their families. Join our patient network:
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Cancer Research UK Oct 18
There’s still time to sign up for the this November. You'll be making a huge corn-tribution to our life-saving research! 🌽 Sign up 👉 👈
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Cancer Research UK Oct 18
Childhood obesity levels vary depending on where kids live, according to a new report by :
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Cancer Research UK Oct 18
Professor George Smith and Professor Sir Gregory Winter were awarded a share of the Nobel Prize for Chemistry this year. Find out how their work has led to new cancer treatments:
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Cancer Research UK Oct 18
Replying to @davidponeillusw
A huge well done on your amazing achievement, David!
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Cancer Research UK Oct 18
News report: Obesity in Year 6 pupils at record high:
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Cancer Research UK Oct 18
A study of resminostat for T cell lymphoma of the skin now added to our database
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Cancer Research UK Oct 18
Replying to @Helzbelz1982
Hi there! Thanks for letting us know - we'll be sure to pass this on to the Shine team! ✨
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Cancer Research UK Oct 18
Replying to @pipsiicola
Hi Philippa. Not silly at all, don’t worry 😊 We’d say around an hour or two – time flies when you get stuck in, chatting to volunteers and having a cup of tea – but do call the store and ask if you want to be sure 😊 Enjoy!
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Cancer Research UK Oct 18
In the UK, around 1 in 3 kids leave primary school overweight or obese. We need to protect future generations and end junk food advertising to kids. Find out more about our work:
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Cancer Research UK Oct 18
How is a Nobel Prize-winning chemistry technique helping develop new cancer treatments? Find out in our blog post:
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Cancer Research UK Oct 18
Not long now until our Leicester Shiners light up the city for life-saving research! ✨💜 We can’t wait to see you all sparkle at !
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Cancer Research UK Oct 18
This year’s Nobel Prize for Chemistry went to scientists who found new ways to evolve proteins. And one of the winning techniques is being used to develop new cancer treatments. Here’s how:
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