26 Apr 2019

Supporter Stories: Paul’s Journey with Bowel Cancer

Throughout the month of April, we’re shining a light on issues related to colorectal cancer as part of Bowel Cancer Awareness Month. In this blog, we’re speaking to Cancer Research Wales supporter Paul, who. . . . .

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23 Apr 2019

Project Spotlight: Dr Cerys Jenkins, Bowel Cancer Researcher

Throughout the month of April, we’re focusing on issues in colorectal cancer as part of Bowel Cancer Awareness Month. Bowel cancer is one of the most common cancers in the UK, and represents the. . . . .

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25 Mar 2019

The Periodic Table turns 150!

It was 1869 when Russian chemist Dmitry Mendeleev first organised the chemical elements into the grid-like structure which is so well recognised today. At the time, only 63 elements were known, but many of. . . . .

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03 Jan 2019

Understanding the Single Cancer Pathway – Part 3

In the last blog of our series on the single cancer pathway we will look at just some of the ways in which research can help drive the continued performance of the new pathway.. . . . .

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21 Dec 2018

Science Review 2018

In our final science blog of 2018, we review just some of the many highlights from our year. An unprecedented funding pledge Each year, we hope to be able to support promising new research. . . . .

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03 Dec 2018

Bowel cancer patients in Wales face diagnosis and treatment delays

An international collaborative study which compared the time it takes before bowel cancer patients are diagnosed and treated has revealed that patients in Wales face longer delays than their counterparts in other countries with. . . . .

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