03 Mar 2014
Forecasting the Future of Cervical Cancer in Wales

Forecasting the Future of Cervical Cancer in Wales

There are on average 130 new cases of cervical cancer diagnosed in women in Wales each year. The main cause of cervical cancer is the Human Papillomavirus (HPV), an extremely common virus with 80%. . . . .

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03 Mar 2014

Meet Our Scientists: Dr Lisa Spary

Dr Lisa Spary is a senior research scientist who works in the Cancer Research Wales laboratories based at Velindre Cancer Centre, Cardiff. Dr Spary is a very dedicated scientist who manages to split her. . . . .

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17 Dec 2013

Science Review of 2013

The tremendous support we continue to receive from the public has ensured that Cancer Research Wales has kept on growing and as another year draws to a close we take an opportunity to look. . . . .

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17 Dec 2013

Project in Focus – The Genetics of Colorectal Cancer

Colorectal cancer, more generally known as bowel cancer is the third most common cancer in both men and women, with over 2300 people diagnosed with the condition each year in Wales. On the positive. . . . .

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04 Dec 2013

Cardiff Bay turning pink and blue for Cancer Research Wales

The ever-popular Cancer Research Wales annual Pink-a-Blue walk is back! The walk will commence at 11am on Sunday 1st September, departing from the historic location… Cardiff’s Norwegian church

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29 Nov 2013

Spirit of Christmas Fayre

On November 21st I went along to the Spirit of Christmas fayre at the Cancer Research Wales shop in Talbot Green. It was my first visit to the shop as I hadn’t been to. . . . .

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