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Imagine if a gift, made in your name and in your memory, went on to find the next treatment for cancer? That’s pretty powerful. That’s what we’d call #Willpower. Annette’s legacy was enough to fund three whole cancer research projects. You can help too by leaving us a gift in your Will. Download our FREE Guide here >> http://bit.ly/YourguidetoWills

Read Annette’s amazing #Willpower story here >> http://bit.ly/2jKQm3c
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Now that #BlueMonday is behind us, why not use your time this January to get organised for 2017?

Here are five reasons why you should organise your Will and how Worldwide Cancer Research can help you do it with our free expert help. https://www.worldwidecancerresearch.org/blog-post/five-reasons-to-get-your-will-organised-in-2017/ #Willpower

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Congratulations to Worldwide Cancer Research funded scientist Professor Pieter Van Vlierberghe who has identified a mechanism in cells that may be the reason why a type of #leukaemia often fails to respond to treatment. If drugs can now be developed to disrupt this mechanism, it could potentially improve survival rates for these patients. His work was published this week in the scientific journal Blood.
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We’re so grateful for your continued support helping us fund cancer-fighting science all around the world. So here’s a worldwide thank you from all of us at Worldwide Cancer Research this Christmas- from every country where we fund science! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EmydCTWvl6c
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We receive no government funding and rely entirely upon the generosity of our supporters to fund over 150 research projects around the world right now. If you choose to donate an hour of research this Christmas we would be so grateful for your support. Together, we will find the answers to cancer. Thank you. http://bit.ly/2fkpuVf
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“I wanted to run for a global charity that supports cancer research, a cause close to my heart. I didn't want the research to be limited to one country- I wanted to raise money to support scientists all over the world. If you think about it, these days it’s like we all live in one big country, so cancer research should transcend borders.”
In the blog this week, CBeebies presenter Aneta Piotrowska tells us why she’s supporting our charity and doing a special reading at our Candlelit #Christmas Carol concert tonight in #London >> http://bit.ly/2gFHMEw
You can still get tickets to the concert here >> http://bit.ly/2g6vFgf

Worldwide Cancer Research would be delighted if you could join us for a very special Christmas Carol Service on the 1st of December from 6:30 -9pm at the stunning All Saints Church on Margaret Street, London. This is a very special candlelit carol service featuring everyone’s favourite carols and the highly respected famous All Saints’ …
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Amazing - another discovery from our scientists at IRB Barcelona!

The team discovered a protein that protects against fatty liver, the most common liver disease in Western countries, which can lead to liver cancer. Their results could help prevent fatty liver disease in some people and paves the way for new treatments in the future >> http://bit.ly/2jZtSLs
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Our charity is able to fund around 8 additional cancer research projects every year because of gifts left to us in Wills. These generous supporters are helping to change the future with what they leave behind – what an amazing legacy. This January we’re offering our followers a chance to have a Will written or updated for free. Find out more and sign-up here >> http://bit.ly/2fCTRsW #WillPower
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Worldwide Cancer Research relies on gifts in Wills to fund cancer-fighting science. To us, ‘Will’ is a very powerful word. After your loved ones, would you consider leaving a gift which will make a difference? Sign-up to get the free guide >> http://bit.ly/2j4HRjO #WillPower
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The One Hour Appeal has raised £32,000 so far. That’s an amazing 1,333 hours of research because of you. To help us fund more science that will one day save a life, donate here >> http://bit.ly/2fkpuVf. Thank you!
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NEWS: Research we co-funded at the IRB in Barcelona found a new cell responsible for cancer spread. The research, published in Nature, also showed that a high fat diet can increase the rate at which cancer spreads. If the team are able to go on to develop this new knowledge into a treatment for patients it could save thousands of lives every year. http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/14952216.Scots_charity_at_centre_of__ground_breaking__discovery_linking_cancer_spread_to_a_fatty_diet/
A NEWLY found ink between fatty diet and tumour spread could lead to new treatments for the deadliest forms of cancer, a study part-funded in…
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When you’re searching for the answers to cancer, one more hour could make all the difference. Professor Ryan is investigating a potentially very simple way to improve survival rates for standard chemotherapy treatments. You can find out more here http://bit.ly/2gLC95l, or donate an hour of research here >> http://bit.ly/2fkpuVf
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