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25 Jan 2021

Please Vote for Us!

    Spread the love this St Dwynwen’s Day and show your support by voting for Cancer Research Wales to become Loteri Cymru’s People Choice Charity of the Year! Loteri Cymru has opened up. . . . .

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21 Jan 2021

Poundland donates £136,000 from carrier bag donations in Wales

Poundland stores in Wales raise over £136,000 for cancer charity Funds donated from carrier bags sales support Cancer Research Wales Poundland’s Welsh stores and their customers have raised more than £136,000 over the past. . . . .

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08 Jan 2021

A New Year boost to Covid-19 vaccination programme

Late last year, we wrote about the approval of the first Covid-19 vaccine across the UK (read the article here). Since then, we are pleased to have seen the vaccine being rolled out across. . . . .

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21 Dec 2020

STATEMENT: COVID 19 UPDATE

Following the Welsh Government’s decision to raise Wales’ Covid-19 alert level to Alert Level 4 from Sunday 20 December all our charity shops will remain closed until the alert level is reduced and non-essential. . . . .

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21 Dec 2020

Science Review 2020

At the Beginning It was early January, and we were just settling back into the office with some exciting plans ahead for 2020 when, Dr Beth Routley, our Scientific Officer, innocuously announced that “the. . . . .

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11 Dec 2020

First Covid-19 vaccine begins rollout in Wales

As a medical research charity, we understand and appreciate the value of vaccines as an important tool for maintaining public health. We appreciate the hard work and diligence of scientists and research teams around. . . . .

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