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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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Cancer Research UK 2h
Sugary foods don’t feed cancer. But scientists think that understanding how cancer cells make energy could lead to new treatments:
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Cancer Research UK 12h
That's fantastic, David! Huge well done and thank you to you all. All the best for next year, too!
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Cancer Research UK 13h
Taken on the ? Why not give this veg-tastic miso and honey roasted aubergine recipe from our friends at a go?🍴🍆🍯
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Cancer Research UK 14h
It’s . Here’s everything you need to know about this type of cancer:
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Replying to @HannahMaxwell92
That's a really fantastic total, Hannah - thank you to everyone. Wishing you all the best.
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We don’t yet know if treatments that starve cancer cells are safe or work so it’s really important that people with cancer don’t change their diet:
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Replying to @roz_davies
Well done on getting to the halfway point, Roz! We're glad you're finding some good benefits from the challenge. All the best for the next couple of weeks!
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Replying to @Eralcnna
Great going, Ann! 💪 That's amazing. Hope you're enjoying the challenge!
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Cancer Research UK 15h
Are you going through cancer treatment right now? We’re looking for men to share their experiences of cancer. Get in touch with us by emailing cancerrightnow@cancer.org.uk
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Rachel’s sister was diagnosed with breast cancer in April. She shares the impact it’s had on her family in this blog post:
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Cancer Research UK 16h
Hear from Dave Sims on ’s Drive show, whose brother, Mark, died from melanoma. Mark joined our PEACE study, and so he continues to be a part of a research journey that could improve the outlook for people like him in the future. Read more:
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Dr Mariam Jamal-Hanjani’s work on our PEACE study is awe-inspiring. She’s talking about how people who have died of their disease are helping patients of the future on ’s Drive show
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Looks fantastic! Thank you everyone 🙌
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Radio 5 Live on BBC Sounds 17h
We’re live with – the frontline in the fight against cancer. duo and are in the lab with scientist Mariia, to explore cutting edge treatments and the future of cancer research. 👉📻
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Dr Erik Sahai is on ’s Drive show, discussing the importance of other cells around the tumour and how that affects cancer spread. Read more about his work here: or listen live: .
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The Crick 17h
Crick scientist Mariia Yuneva is live on in conversation with Deborah James & Lauren Mahon from podcast. Listen live: 📻
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Cancer Research UK 17h
Dr Mariia Yuneva is working on one of our projects. Right now, she’s talking about her research on ’s Drive show. Listen here…
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Cancer Research UK 18h
Margaret, our Patient Panel lead, is sharing her story on ’s Drive show- talking about how patients are helping to inform research.
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Cancer Research UK 18h
Dr Iain Foulkes is talking on ’s Drive show about how we decide on what research to fund. Listen in now 👉 👈
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The Crick 22h
Antennas at the ready: tune in to 4-7pm today to hear from Crick and scientists about how their research is paving the way for better therapies in the future.
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