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06 Apr 2018

Bowel Cancer in Wales: Challenges and Opportunities

      April marks Bowel  Cancer Awareness month, a time of year when we are reminded to be vigilant of the signs and symptoms of this common cancer. Along with other organisations, Cancer. . . . .

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26 Mar 2018

Ovarian Cancer Awareness

From Silent Killer to Whispering Disease – Know the Signs and Symptoms of Ovarian Cancer   Cancer Research Wales is contributing to the understanding of cancer by raising awareness of the signs and symptoms. . . . .

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26 Mar 2018

Signs and Symptoms of Six Common Cancers in Wales

The achievements of research and improvements in service delivery mean that more people survive cancer than ever before. Nevertheless, the number of people diagnosed with cancer in Wales continues to steadily increase, with just. . . . .

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09 Mar 2018

Monmouthshire local to scale Everest for Cancer Research Wales

Mike Gahan, an avid supporter of Cancer Research Wales, will be taking on the mighty challenge of Everest Base Camp this year to raise vital funds for our charity. Mike, who is from Undy,. . . . .

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26 Feb 2018

World Cancer Day 2018

Early this month to mark World Cancer Day we published an article in the Western Mail highlighting our pioneering work on early cancer diagnosis. To find out more read our blog below…  Cancer Research. . . . .

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06 Feb 2018

Caerphilly Fundraiser Reaches New Heights for Cancer Research Wales

Local fundraiser, Liz Davies, from Newbridge in Caerphilly, recently stepped out of her comfort zone and into the skies, to raise money for Cancer Research Wales. Teacher, Liz, overcame her fear of heights, and. . . . .

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