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29 Jul 2021

A new Cancer Research Wales funded campaign highlights need to seek help for “vague but concerning” cancer symptoms

“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. . . . .

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29 Jul 2021

World Lung Cancer Day 2021 – The key challenges in Wales

Do you know that around 2,500 people are sadly diagnosed with lung cancer every year in Wales? As part of World Lung Cancer Day, we are aiming to raise awareness of the key challenges. . . . .

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06 Jul 2021

CANCER RESEARCH WALES FUNDED DIGITAL HEALTHCARE PROJECT SUPPORTS THE WELL-BEING OF CANCER PATIENTS

Based in North Wales, clinical oncologists and medical researchers, Dr Pasquale Innominato and Dr Nick Wreglesworth tell us about the work they’re undertaking to improve the experience and well-being of people with cancer –. . . . .

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04 Jun 2021

Silent Auction: Win a Limited Edition hand-signed Welsh Rugby Union jersey.

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. . . . .

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20 May 2021

Clinical Trials Day 2021

Cancer Research Wales’ Head of Research, Dr Lee Campbell, delves into the challenges faced by the cancer clinical trial community over the past 12 months, but also sees hopeful opportunities on the horizon as. . . . .

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29 Apr 2021

‘For some, the consequences of COVID-19 have been absolutely devastating’: 36 organisations endorse new joint paper calling on the next Welsh Government to show national leadership on ending inequalities

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. . . . .

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