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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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UV levels will be moderate to high across the UK this bank holiday weekend - even if it looks a little cloudy. To protect your skin, seek shade between 11am and 3pm, covering up with clothing, and applying sunscreen regularly. ⛅🕶️ Visit for more info.
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Cancer Research UK May 23
Fran keeps our science focused on the wellbeing of the patients. Listen below👇 and read more here 👉 :
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Cancer Research UK May 23
With just around the corner, find out more about how you can give your time to help beat cancer, and sign up in time for 3 June:
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Cancer Research UK May 23
Hi Simon, thanks for your message. You can find out more about the latest research we're doing here: . Alternatively, you can also explore our interactive timeline to find out more about our work over the years:
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Cancer Research UK May 23
Replying to @KalliSnae
(2/2) The rise of bowel cancer in younger adults is concerning and it’s important we find out why it’s happening. This is why we’re funding research to investigate bowel cancer in younger adults.
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Cancer Research UK May 23
Replying to @KalliSnae
(1/2) Hi Karl, although the trend was described, these studies didn’t investigate its cause. There may be several reasons why bowel cancer rates are increasing in young adults and we don’t have a full picture yet.
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Cancer Research UK May 22
Replying to @dexter_kt
That's fantastic Katie well done and many thanks for your support :)
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Cancer Research UK May 22
Replying to @LadyLanePark
Congratulations to all, well done and many thanks for your support 👏👏
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Cancer Research UK May 22
Replying to @ArrowSecurity
Quite a challenge! Good luck and many thanks for your support :)
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Cancer Research UK May 22
Replying to @ClaireyGoo
Thank you so much for your donation❣️
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Cancer Research UK May 22
Explore the operating theatre in this immersive 360 video, and watch Professor Tim Underwood and his team at University Hospital Southampton perform potentially life-saving surgery on Janet, who has oesophageal cancer.
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Cancer Research UK May 22
Replying to @aTipsyCritic
Hi, thanks so much for taking the time to let us know about this - we’re sorry for any offence this sign caused. We’re in contact with the shop and it will be taken down.
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Cancer Research UK May 22
We’re looking for people who have been diagnosed with a brain tumour to take part in this short survey. Your input could help us offer better and more reliable brain tumour information for others:
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Cancer Research UK May 21
Replying to @Johnbyrom81
Brilliant John, congratulations and many thanks for your support :)
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Cancer Research UK May 21
Replying to @simondandrews
Brilliant Simon, please pass on our congratulations and thanks to all involved, ✋✋high fives all round ✋✋
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Cancer Research UK May 21
Replying to @RebeccaPadgett
Wow, what an achievement for them all, please pass on our thanks for their efforts. ✋✋high fives all round ✋✋
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Cancer Research UK May 21
Replying to @shirah_bamber
Please pass on out thanks to Eden for his support and wish him good luck :)
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Cancer Research UK May 21
Replying to @ysgolcarno
Wonderful pictures, the children look so happy, please pass on our thanks to all involved :)
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Cancer Research UK May 21
Replying to @KloecknerUK
That's fantastic :) Our thanks to all involved.
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Cancer Research UK May 21
Replying to @oneto36
Whatever your gender identity is, if you notice any changes to your body that aren’t normal for you, tell your doctor and get it checked out. 2/2
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