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28 Aug 2018

A summer of Sun, Sea and Science

The summer of 2018 has brought record-breaking sunshine as well as a busy events season for the team at Cancer Research Wales! We kicked things off at the Armed Forces Day celebrations in June.. . . . .

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22 Aug 2018

Cancer Research Wales Announces £1.75M of New Funding

At Cancer Research Wales, we are pleased to announce that we have pledged an extra £1.75M for a number of relevant and innovative cancer research projects to be undertaken by teams working at Cardiff,. . . . .

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30 Jul 2018

The changing landscape of cancer treatment

How has cancer treatment changed in the past 70 years? In the last of our July blogs commemorating 70 years of the NHS, we’re reflecting on the breakthroughs and changes that have advanced the. . . . .

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19 Jul 2018

In The News: HPV vaccination for boys

Many of us have heard of Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). The profile of this common virus has greatly increased in recent years due to the discovery of a link between HPV and cervical cancer. . . . .

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16 Jul 2018

TACX Virtual World Ride for Rity’ raises thousands for Cancer Research Wales

A Merthyr Tydfil resident is set to complete a world first to virtually cycle 18,000 miles – and with it, raise nearly £70,000 for cancer research. Chris Daniel, 55, began the epic challenge last. . . . .

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11 Jul 2018

Living with Cancer: Past and Present

Throughout July we’re celebrating 70 years of the NHS, and this week we’ve been digging into the archives to find out how cancer survival rates have changed over the years… Have you ever thought. . . . .

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