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WE’LL NEVER GIVE IN TO CANCER

We’re the only independent cancer research charity not afraid to take on some of the toughest forms of the disease in North West England and North Wales so we can save loved ones. We do this by seeking the smartest people and the best research projects so we can overcome cancer as soon as possible.

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How we’re battling to stop cancer and the real difference your help makes when it comes to saving loved ones

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LATEST NEWS FROM NORTHWEST CANCER RESEARCH

May 2017
Cosmic Fundraiser Supports North West Cancer Research

Garden party revellers at one of Liverpool's top music venues, Constellations have raised £1,100 for North West Cancer Research. 

May 2017
Mum to Challenge the Wild for North West Cancer Research

Mother of four Emma Scowens will spend two days and one night in the Irish wilderness, taking on mountain climbs and white water river crossings, challenging the wild to raise money for North West Cancer Research. 

May 2017
In-laws battle it out in the wild for North West Cancer Research

In an extreme case of family rivalry sister and brother-in-law Stuart and Amy will go head-to-head in the wilds of Ireland. Amy Jennens (32) and Stuart Austin (33) will take part in Challenge the Wild to raise money for life-saving cancer research project at Bangor University.

May 2017
A close shave for cancer research fundraiser

Stephen Roberts has shown the true meaning of brotherly love by shaving off his hair for cancer-stricken 'twin' brother.

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