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29 Nov 2021

New Cancer Research Wales store in Port Talbot receives support from local celebrity Michael Sheen

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. . . . .

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18 Nov 2021

Cancer Research Wales welcomes Welsh Government’s news to invest in diagnostic equipment

Today’s announcement by the Minister for Health, Eluned Morgan MS, that over £51 million is being invested by the Welsh Government to replace aging diagnostic equipment is a welcome development. It arrives on the back of. . . . .

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23 Sep 2021

Meet the researcher – Dr Ramsay McFarlane

Dr Ramsay McFarlane is a Cancer Research Wales researcher that is currently being funded for work at Bangor University on bowel and lung cancer.  At Cancer Research Wales, we asked him a series of. . . . .

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23 Sep 2021

Meet the researcher – Professor Alan Parker

Professor Alan Parker is a Cancer Research Wales researcher that is currently being funded for work at Cardiff University on pancreatic cancer.  At Cancer Research Wales, we asked him a series of questions to learn more about. . . . .

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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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