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Nobody deserves to die from lung cancer

Science Blog April 1, 2014

Lung cancer is a devastating disease and the UK’s biggest cancer killer, but people don’t like to talk about it.

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Our work in the community to raise cancer awareness and tackle health inequalities

Science Blog February 13, 2014

Our Cancer Awareness Roadshows go into the heart of communities to help raise cancer knowledge, particularly among disadvantaged groups.

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Spotting symptoms – a personal story about oesophageal cancer

Science Blog February 12, 2014

Maggie is one of our research nurses and an oesophageal cancer survivor – read her story about the importance of spotting symptoms early.

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Our work to help GPs spot the potential warning signs of cancer

Science Blog February 10, 2014

GPs don’t have an easy task spotting cancer. Read about our work to support them and the public in spotting the potential signs of cancer earlier.

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How can a marketing campaign improve lung cancer survival?

Science Blog December 9, 2013

Following reports that the Be Clear on Cancer campaign has made a striking impact on lung cancer detection, we hear a personal take on this important news.

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Hugh Jackman: information about basal cell carcinoma

Science Blog November 22, 2013

Following the news that Hugh Jackman has received treatment for skin cancer, our head information nurse provides the facts behind the headlines.

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It may seem unlikely, but could a statistician save your life?

Science Blog July 9, 2013

Identifying where a health service is doing well – and where it needs to do better – is one of the quickest ways to improve things for patients. Hav...

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