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Now is the time to stand up to cancer

Almost 1 in 2 of us will get cancer in our lifetime

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Stand Up To Cancer takes developments in the lab and turns them into new tests and treatments for people who need them. The research you fund will help us see 3 in 4 people in the UK survive their cancer by 2034.

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The research you fund

From transforming radiotherapy to developing new ways to stop cancer cells from spreading around the body, we are supporting 64 clinical trials and research projects that will help us bring new treatments and technology to people with cancer.

Meet Maureen

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I could have chosen not to go on the trial, but being part of it meant that I would get more examinations and monitoring. So, it was more reassuring to be part of it.

- Maureen

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We stand up to cancer for...

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At 13 years old, Liam was diagnosed with bone cancer and he shared his cancer journey with thousands on his YouTube channel. He passed away in 2022, aged 15.

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Anita was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015 when she was 24. Anita is still on preventative treatment but she and her husband Scott are now proud parents of Charlotte and Rupert.

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