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Haircut for Cancer

On a whim this week I decided to get my very long hair cut and donate it to ‘The Little Princess Trust,’ a fantastic charity making wigs for children suffering from cancer. 539 more words

Awareness And Causes

From snapshot to family tree – writing the evolutionary rule book of cancer

For hundreds of years the Scottish Highlands have resounded to the names of their famous clans: MacDonald, Campbell, Fraser, and many more. Each clan is a complex, branching family tree, starting from a single person but evolving over the years into a plethora of related but distinct groups. 149 more words

Cancer Research UK

More trouble with the NET

You may remember my blog entitled The trouble with the NET which was a light-hearted but still serious discussion about the dangers of self-treatment on the internet. 183 more words


Alternative therapies: what’s the harm? - Cancer Research UK - Science blog

Alternative therapies: what’s the harm?

We often see stories in the media about cancer patients who have chosen alternative treatments, either alongside or instead of conventional treatment.

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April 2015

Art Exhibitions and Charitable Acts

Well looks like we are up and running now, second post and we have plenty to tell you, from awards to art, music and a little bit of charity. 717 more words


Become a Part of the Crick's DNA

Our client Cancer Research UK is the official charity of the London Marathon this year, so we thought we should do something special and experiential for them. 269 more words


Opinion - The SIX different types of obese person from glowing girls to heavy-drinking males | Daily Mail Online - John Gelmini

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Obesity in all its manifestations is directly linked to worker productivity and has multiple causes the main one of which is excessive eating and drinking of the wrong things coupled with a… 123 more words