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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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11 May 2020

Double jeopardy – Cancer and COVID-19

While the COVID-19 crisis continues, many hundreds of thousands of lives have been lost to the virus around the world. As attention begins to turn to the longer term outcomes of the pandemic, scientists. . . . .

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01 May 2020
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There is no safe delay when it comes to cancer

The world might be “on pause” because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but when it comes to cancer there shouldn’t be any hesitation to seek help. Diagnosing cancer can be complex, however, one thing that. . . . .

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24 Apr 2020

Scientists take up the fundraising baton for cancer research

We are living in strange and difficult times, as countries around the world continue to battle the COVID-19 pandemic. As healthcare professionals and scientists understandably refocus all of their efforts to deal with the. . . . .

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16 Apr 2020

COVID-19: Information for Researchers

The health and well-being of all our supporters, staff and funded researchers is important to Cancer Research Wales. We are acutely aware of the problems that the national emergency and the essential restrictions as. . . . .

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