A simple blood test that detects bowel cancer earlier – and improves the chances of survival for thousands of patients is one step closer to being available on the NHS, after showing excellent results. . . . .
Today (24th March 2022) Cancer Research Wales responded to recent Welsh Government news concerning latest waiting time figures and the ongoing rollout of cancer Rapid Diagnostic Centres. Greg Pycroft, Cancer Research Wales’ Policy and. . . . .
Healthcare professional, award winning photographer and cancer patient, David Collyer is taking on a challenge to photograph others also living with cancer in Wales. David, who recently competed against photographers from around the world to be named Royal Photographic. . . . .
The opening of a Cancer Research Wales charity shop in Port Talbot is off to a flying start thanks to the support of local actor Michael Sheen. While Michael couldn’t be there, he’s adding. . . . .
“Cancer champions” will encourage people to seek help for “vague” symptoms as part of a recently launched campaign funded by Cancer Research Wales and led by Cardiff University. The six-month campaign will target parts. . . . .
Following our championship winning Six Nations campaign and with the British & Irish Lions tour just around the corner, Cancer Research Wales is delighted to launch a silent auction, offering 3 Limited Edition Welsh. . . . .
With just one week to go before the Senedd election, 36 organisations from across health, social care, transport, and housing, including Cancer Research Wales, have signed up to a joint paper which calls for. . . . .
Leading cancer researchers are once again pulling together to help raise funds to support cancer charities here in Wales. Last year, during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, the #Baton4Cancer campaign saw teams of. . . . .
Over the weekend of 27 and 28 March 2021, more than 280 people took part in the ‘Walk for Tom’, helping to raise over £6000 for the Tom Walker fund at Cancer Research Wales.. . . . .
Cancer Research Wales is mobilising the largest awareness campaign in the charity’s history to drive home its ‘Get Checked’ message – on the basis that cancer won’t wait for the pandemic to pass. The. . . . .