About Us

We raise funds to support cancer research projects in Wales.
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Fundraising

Here are some of the ways YOU can help raise funds.
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Legacies

Your legacy could pay for research that saves peoples' lives.
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Volunteer

We need volunteers to help run our fundraising events.
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Our Research

Our pioneering research is entirely funded by our supporters.
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JustGiving

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On Flickr

Check out pictures from our latest fundraising events.
On Flickr
Winter Afternoon Tea 2016 at Jury's Inn, Cardiff
Family Footsteps Cardiff
Pritchard & Moore Official Opening 28.7.16
Fashion Show 2016
Ladies Day High Tea
Family Footsteps Swansea

From Our Blog

  • 05 Jan 2017
    Swansea Uni Scientists Hit the Headlines

    The team at Swansea University. Image courtesy of the BBC.  Scientists at Swansea University continue to make headlines for their work on blood-based tests for the early diagnosis of cancer.  Improvements in the early. . . . .

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  • 21 Dec 2016
    Cancer Research Wales in 2016

    Our 50th anniversary has given us the opportunity to reflect on just how far we’ve come as a charity. Cancer Research Wales began in 1966 with the idea of funding quality research projects with. . . . .

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  • 21 Dec 2016
    Science Review of 2016 – A Very Special Year  

    Dr Lee Campbell, Science Projects and Research Communications Manger, looks back on the 50th Anniversary year for Cancer Research Wales and shares some of the events, achievements and highlights that have made 2016 another. . . . .

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  • 06 Dec 2016
    Health Minister Launches Refreshed Cancer Delivery Plan for Wales

    In November, the Health Minister for Wales, Mr Vaughan Gething, launched a refresh of the Cancer Delivery Plan for Wales 2016-2020. This builds on the successes of the previous delivery plan, while at the. . . . .

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