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Cancer Research: Two Sides to Every Story

There are two sides to every story, but nothing is ever as simple as that – the truth generally lies somewhere in between.

As a daughter who… 1,112 more words


Photo Journal: Shine Walk Half Marathon 

On Saturday night my friends and I completed the Shine Walk half marathon for Cancer Research UK. It was a 13.1 mile walk through the streets of London and it was such a great night! 159 more words

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Scientists discover how to trap cancer cells before they spread

Researchers at the Francis Crick Institute and the University of Copenhagen have discovered a new way to potentially ‘fence in’ a tumour and help stop cancer cells spreading, according to a… 82 more words

Cancer Research UK

Treatment Update – Blog 25

One week into the 5 week Radiotherapy treatment and things seem to be quite steady and going well. My Dad has his final Chemo tomorrow and then it will be left to the Radiotherapy to do its part in the battle to hold back the Cancer as much as possible. 547 more words


Walk on the Wild Side – Blog 24

Today was always going to be an important day in 2015. My parents are celebrating their 40th wedding Anniversary and as a result I had decided to enter the Nottingham Robin Hood Half Marathon in commemoration of my Dad’s ongoing battle with Lung Cancer and the great love and support my mum has shown him, especially over the last few months. 985 more words


I'm running a Half Marathon!!! 

In attempt to push myself out of comfort zones and to make the most of ‘now’, I have decided to participate in The Great Run which is located in Birmingham, which takes place on Sunday 18th October 2015. 120 more words


To give and not to count the cost

As I closed my bedroom curtains yesterday evening, ready to settle down for the night, there were groups of people walking past the Deanery, dressed up, lots wearing flashing bangles and crowns, all involved in the Shine Walk for Cancer Research. 953 more words