The cancer research UK charity was formed in 2002 and has the sole purpose of funding projects that provide new treatments for patients.
In fact, funds over 50% of the UK’s trials and have doubled the survival rates in the last four decades with the help of over 4000 scientists which they fund.
There ideal is a world without malignant disease, where all forms of tumors are curable.
Obviously, that’s a long way off still, but to do it they need funds to achieve this.
Cancer research UK is supporting tumor investigation throughout the UK with world leading hubs including:
They bring together the best minds from universities, the national health service (NHS) and charities to sponsor the work in areas including:
Through this they state that:
It is funded thanks to you, the generosity of the public.
Its an extremely well known charity which enjoys support throughout the UK and further afield.
Charitable donations can be made directly through their website, through fundraisers and through pledges. You can also donate through your will.
You can also donate to specific tumors, including stomach malignancies on their website.
They provide information on events and other activities to get involved in, including volunteering.
They also provide details on their funding and up to date news on their latest funding activity as well as publications on different types of tumors including posters and leaflets.
They also give advice too and you can speak to a nurse if you have any concerns on 0808 800 4040 for more help.
If you would like more information, you can visit their website or contact them on 020 7242 0200.
Their address is:
407 St John Street
CRUK is a charity which I am proud to support .