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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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Amazing! Thank you so much for your support! 😊 πŸ’ͺ
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That's amazing and thank you for your support! 😊
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That's amazing and thank you for your support! πŸ‡ ☺️
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Good luck to all of you and thank you for the support! 🚲 🚲 πŸ‘
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β€œBecause of the clinical trial I was on, I feel like Cancer Research UK has given me my life back.” Over the last 40 years, our work has helped double breast cancer survival. Read more about the impact we’ve had:
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Amazing! Thank you for your support β›³ 🏌️ ☺️
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For an inside look at how the advertising industry targets children, we spoke to a former junk food ad exec. Read his tricks of the trade on our blog: (5/5)
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Since then, the Government asked for opinions on its plans to ban junk food ads before 9pm. While this consultation moves the legislation one step closer, the 9pm watershed isn’t a done deal: (4/5)
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A year ago today, an updated plan was released with a bold ambition to halve childhood obesity by 2030. And this time there was a plan to tackle how junk food is marketed at children and families: (3/5)
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The first plan to reduce childhood obesity was published back in 2016. And it was an extremely disappointing read: πŸ…Too much focus on getting children active πŸ“Ί No mention of junk food marketing restrictions (2/5)
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It’s been a year since the Government launched its updated childhood obesity plan. Here’s the story so far (1/5)
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Amazing! Thank you so much for the support Robert. Good luck with the training, you've got this! Keep us updated. πŸ˜ŠπŸ™Œ
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Amazing photos, Joe! Thank you so much for all of your hard work, we really appreciate it. πŸ™ŒπŸ˜Š
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That's an incredible amount! Thank you so much for all your support. πŸ™ŒπŸ˜Š
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Replying to @RajaRazwanAslam
Hi Raja, you're right - it does look like a dog! A huge well done for all the hard work with your training. Best of luck with your 5k. πŸ™ŒπŸ˜Š
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Replying to @JamesKellyMedia
Hi James, thanks for letting us know about this – we’re sorry for any offence it has caused. We contacted the shop when we saw your tweet, and the item was removed from the window and is no longer be available to buy.
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Cancer Research UK Jun 24
Good luck Alice and thank you for your support! ☺️ πŸƒ πŸƒ
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Cancer Research UK Jun 24
Replying to @NatNavNizzle
Wow! Thank your nephew for his support! ☺️ πŸƒ πŸƒ πŸ‘
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Cancer Research UK Jun 24
Wow! Good luck and thank you for your support! 🚲 🚲 πŸ‘
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Cancer Research UK Jun 24
Good luck Patrick! And thank you for your support! 🚲 🚲 πŸ‘
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