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22 Jul 2020

50 for 50 – Long-time CRW fundraiser, Helen Davies, takes on momentous challenge to mark her milestone birthday!

This month, to celebrate turning 50 Helen Davies has decided to run 50 miles in memory of her brother Richard who sadly lost his battle with cancer aged 30.  

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18 Jun 2020

Establishing a better normal for cancer patients following COVID-19

It is undeniable that COVID-19 has pushed clinical practice into different ways of working. Remote consultations, digital technologies and in-community or at-home treatments are just some of the ways that the healthcare system across. . . . .

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03 Jun 2020

Emerging from COVID-19: A rapid restart for cancer in Wales

While the COVID-19 pandemic response has drawn focus and resources over recent months, delays have been building in other areas of the health system. In Wales, there is currently an estimated 3 month interruption. . . . .

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01 Jun 2020

Tribute to Cancer Research Wales’ longstanding fundraiser, Ken Lawrence MBE

We are very saddened to announce the passing of one of our Charity’s most longstanding and committed supporters, Mr Ken Lawrence MBE, who recently died at the age of 91.  

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18 May 2020

Tribute to Eira Jones, Volunteer and Chair of Cancer Research Wales Sennybridge and Brecon Volunteer Committee.

We are very saddened to announce the passing of one of longstanding Volunteers, Mrs Eira Jones.  

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15 May 2020

‘Double jeopardy’ for cancer patients in Wales

As attention begins to turn to the longer term outcomes of the pandemic, scientists warn that COVID-19 will indirectly cause deaths for months, if not years, to come. A new study in England estimates. . . . .

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