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Yorkshire Cancer Research will host a free screening of cancer documentary ‘The Enemy Within’ at the University of Hull’s Allam Medical Building on Wednesday, March 21. The film tells the incredible story of the fight against cancer over the last 50 years through the eyes of scientists, researchers and patients. Those who attend will have the chance to enjoy refreshments in the company of the charity’s talented young […]
We will invest £3.6m in eight new research projects to help improve the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer in Yorkshire. The projects cover a wide range of issues including reducing the risk of cancer and the recurrence of cancer, improving early diagnosis and increasing access to palliative care.
‘The Enemy Within’ tells the incredible story of our fight against cancer over the last 50 years. Through the eyes of scientists, researchers and patients, we see how far we have come and how far we still have to go. Join us for a free screening of this absorbing documentary followed by a question and answer session with leading cancer clinicians and researchers.
Yorkshire Cancer Research is funding a new, exciting community health programme called ‘Wise Up To Cancer’. The programme aims to lower cancer risk by promoting healthy lifestyles, encouraging people to take part in their cancer screening and look out for cancer signs and symptoms.
Find out more about joining Team Yorkshire and helping the people of Yorkshire avoid, survive and cope with cancer. From holding a Yorkshire Teaparty to running a marathon or organising a dress down day at work, there are endless ways to be part of the team. Join Team Yorkshire and be part of something special. We’ll be here to support you every step of the way.
Our vision is that every single person in every community in and around Yorkshire has the very best chance of living a long and healthy life with, without and beyond cancer. By 2025 we want to ensure that at least 2,000 more people in the region survive cancer every year. Find out how we are doing this and how you can help.