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Gazette
Wotton-Edge man to climb the UK's largest trees for charitySimon Penfold from Malmesbury, will be climbing the tallest trees in England, W
Gazette / Posted 2 hours ago
Simon Penfold from Malmesbury, will be climbing the tallest trees in England, Wales and Scotland over a weekend in aid of Cancer Research UK. The former tree surgeons, who now run a recreational tree climbing company, will tackle the three trees... Read more
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Business Wire
DEINOVE RENFORCE LA FONCTION DE BUSINESS DÉVELOPPEMENT AVEC L’ARRIVÉE DE SÉBASTIEN ENAULTdans les domaines infectieux, oncologie et neurologie, au sein de la Faculté de
Business Wire / Posted 3 hours ago
dans les domaines infectieux, oncologie et neurologie, au sein de la Faculté de Pharmacie de Marseille, puis au Cancer Research UK et à Harvard Medical School. « Nous sommes heureux d’accueillir Sébastien pour étoffer et valoriser notre... Read more
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Business Wire
DEINOVE Strengthens Its Business Development Activity with the Arrival of Sébastien Enaultpharmacology in the fields of infectious diseases, oncology and neurology at th
Business Wire / Posted 3 hours ago
pharmacology in the fields of infectious diseases, oncology and neurology at the Faculty of Pharmacy in Marseille, then at Cancer Research UK, and at Harvard Medical School. "We are pleased to welcome Sébastien to expand and promote our portfolio... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Star comedians take on charity trek on a footpath near youWallingford and Thame. Mr Bailey is taking on the challenge for Stand Up To Ca
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
Wallingford and Thame. Mr Bailey is taking on the challenge for Stand Up To Cancer, a joint fundraising campaign from Cancer Research UK and Channel 4, which supports game-changing research to tackle the disease. He said: “It occurred to me... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Inspirational powerlifter who shrunk from 19 stone to a size 10numerous times she couldn’t keep the weight off. It was only when she took par
Manchester Evening News / Posted 20 hours ago
numerous times she couldn’t keep the weight off. It was only when she took part in a half marathon to raise money for Cancer Research UK that she realised quite how unfit she had become. “I was completely unfit, blagged my way through it and... Read more
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Daily Record
Special anniversary concert for brass bandon three occasions. The band has organised charity concerts over the years rai
Daily Record / Posted yesterday
on three occasions. The band has organised charity concerts over the years raising funds for various charities including Cancer Research UK, The British Heart Foundation, BeatSCAD, River Kids, Spinal Injuries Unit Southern General and CHAS. In... Read more
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Pendle Today
Burke excited by growth and development of CSPin Rio last year, visited the CSP track, named the Steven Burke Hub in his hono
Pendle Today / Posted 2 days ago
in Rio last year, visited the CSP track, named the Steven Burke Hub in his honour, to receive a £900 share of £2,224 with Cancer Research UK and Keighley RUFC, following an evening of comedy hosted by High Adventure the Cowling Outdoor Education... Read more
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Wakefield Today
COLUMNIST: The worst 10k - but the best of human naturein my lifetime - but signing up for a 10k when I’ve never run before probably t
Wakefield Today / Posted 2 days ago
in my lifetime - but signing up for a 10k when I’ve never run before probably tops the list. My chosen torture was the Cancer Research UK Race for Life on Sunday. The first hurdle to get over was the start time - at 11am on a Sunday morning,... Read more
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The Comet
Hitchin school pays tribute to much-missed Tracy with their special version of Race for Lifeby the school council, students and staff ran the one kilometre course around t
The Comet / Posted 2 days ago
by the school council, students and staff ran the one kilometre course around the school field, raising around £750 for Cancer Research UK to pay tribute to much-loved Tracy. Maggie Hackney and Sally Thompsett led the warm-up while Tracy’s... Read more
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Gazette News
Super slimmers set to raise thousands for charity by donating clothes they're too small forbags full of clothes, shoes, and accessories as part of the The Big Slimming Wo
Gazette News / Posted 2 days ago
bags full of clothes, shoes, and accessories as part of the The Big Slimming World Clothes Throw. Each bag is donated to Cancer Research UK and thought to be worth roughly £25 each. Consultant Gemma Nachman has shed three stone. She said: "It... Read more
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Gazette News
Boys brave Three Peaks in memory of dad and uncle Mick39, as well as his nephews Robbie, 20, and Graeme Lee, 25. The Colchester boys
Gazette News / Posted 3 days ago
39, as well as his nephews Robbie, 20, and Graeme Lee, 25. The Colchester boys’ aim is to raise at least £500 each for Cancer Research UK, a charity close to Mick’s heart. Robbie said: “I imagine if he’s looking down he’d be laughing and... Read more
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Daily Record
Charities - who you gonna call? North Lanarkshire Ghostbusters!When you need to raise money for charity, who are you gonna call? The North La
Daily Record / Posted 3 days ago
When you need to raise money for charity, who are you gonna call? The North Lanarkshire Ghostbusters raised £470 for Cancer Research UK as friends Ciaran Yuill and Cailan Thompson completed two loops of Strathclyde Park. The walk was braved by... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Plea for votes for Grandma’s Little House in Beach Hut of the Yearcakes and a hot cup of tea or coffee, or hot chocolate, and treats for their do
Ipswich Star / Posted 3 days ago
cakes and a hot cup of tea or coffee, or hot chocolate, and treats for their doggy friends, in return for a donation to Cancer Research UK. Voting closes on Sunday, July 23 and the pair are hoping people will support them in the... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Can you spot yourself in our Great Yarmouth Racecourse Ladies Night picture gallery?also enjoyed a DJ set from Radio 2 and BBC TV’s Sara Cox, who is a keen amateur
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 3 days ago
also enjoyed a DJ set from Radio 2 and BBC TV’s Sara Cox, who is a keen amateur jockey. Wednesday’s event also supported Cancer Research UK with 75p from every ticket going to the charity. Ladies Night at Great Yarmouth Racecourse. July 2017.... Read more
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Daily Record
Dumfries hairdresser to pay tribute to customer with all-day charity party– an all-day party – at her salon in Friars Vennel, Dumfries, where games, raff
Daily Record / Posted 3 days ago
– an all-day party – at her salon in Friars Vennel, Dumfries, where games, raffles and fun for kids will raise money for Cancer Research UK and SANDS Dumfries and Galloway. Nicola said: “Monika was a client I saw every five weeks for six years.... Read more
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express
Don't ignore stomach bloating - it could be a symptom of THESE three deadly cancerslower abdominal pain, bloating and discomfort in the abdomen. Ovarian cancer s
express / Posted 3 days ago
lower abdominal pain, bloating and discomfort in the abdomen. Ovarian cancer symptoms are not always easy to spot. Cancer Research UK said each year around 7,300 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer and long-term survival remains just 35... Read more
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express
Anal cancer can be caused by THIS virus - but the disease can have few symptomsvaccine. “Girls aged 12 and 13 have been given the vaccine since 2008, but boy
express / Posted 4 days ago
vaccine. “Girls aged 12 and 13 have been given the vaccine since 2008, but boys have had no protection." Emma Greenwood, Cancer Research UK’s Director of Policy, said if boys were included in the vaccination programme, it would help reduce the... Read more
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Daily Mirror
This moving photo of a 'bullied' girl's prom dress sparks an incredible responseall the effort people have put in to it." Shannon, who recently had her waist-
Daily Mirror / Posted 4 days ago
all the effort people have put in to it." Shannon, who recently had her waist-length hair cut to a bob to raise funds for Cancer Research UK, will be collected by a mystery car on Saturday afternoon after Claire's friend Kerri Kimber put out an... Read more
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express
Diabetes news: Avoiding 'middle-age spread' REDUCES risk of conditionto live normally with the condition Living with diabetes - ten top tips to liv
express / Posted 5 days ago
to live normally with the condition Living with diabetes - ten top tips to live normally with the condition Analysis by Cancer Research UK found young adults aged between 18-24 are more likely to rely on convenience meals and are seven times... Read more
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express
Bowel, bladder and stomach cancer warning - THIS habit is putting you at riskalso want to halve the numbers smoking in pregnancy by 2022 - from 10.7 per cen
express / Posted 5 days ago
also want to halve the numbers smoking in pregnancy by 2022 - from 10.7 per cent at present to 6 per cent or under. Cancer Research UK said achieving a tobacco-free UK by 2035 could avoid around 97,500 new cases of disease.Related... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Giggleswick students mark end of school with charity headshaveSchool pupils - Rian Hamilton, Ollie Liebster, Fred Hewetson, Ben Taylor, and W
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
School pupils - Rian Hamilton, Ollie Liebster, Fred Hewetson, Ben Taylor, and Will Bell - have so far raised £600 for Cancer Research UK and the Alzheimer’s Society and hope to have reached their target of £1,000 by the time their hair has... Read more
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North Devon Gazette & Advertiser
Join Relay For Life in Barnstaplecancer is urging people to join Relay For Life at Barnstaple Rugby Club this we
North Devon Gazette & Advertiser / Posted 5 days ago
cancer is urging people to join Relay For Life at Barnstaple Rugby Club this weekend. Enter a team and fundraise for Cancer Research UK by taking turns to do laps of the pitch from noon Saturday until noon Sunday. Cancer survivor Sarah... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Greater Anglia hopes clear lines will boost summer holiday tripsmany restaurants and cafes and a major new concert venue. The area is also home
Ipswich Star / Posted 5 days ago
many restaurants and cafes and a major new concert venue. The area is also home to the Francis Crick Institute, the base of Cancer Research UK and the centre of its groundbreaking research work. Paul Geater with the statue of Sir John Betjeman at... Read more
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Gazette News
Quiz night to raise funds for fight against cancerto the total for Clacton's Relay for Life. The relay, which took place in Litt
Gazette News / Posted 6 days ago
to the total for Clacton's Relay for Life. The relay, which took place in Little Clacton on Saturday, raises funded for Cancer Research UK. The quiz will take place on August 7 at 7.30pm. Teams are of a maximum of six and entry costs £2.50 per... Read more
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Bolton News
Meet the beautician offering eyebrow microblading to cancer patientsMrs Heyes decided to ‘take the plunge’ and said: “It’s the best thing I’ve done
Bolton News / Posted 6 days ago
Mrs Heyes decided to ‘take the plunge’ and said: “It’s the best thing I’ve done.” Miss Leece has been in contact with Cancer Research UK and Alopecia UK and if a client is a cancer patient or alopecia sufferer, she donates £10 to their chosen... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Christmas in July for 6-old who missed out due to cancer treatmentparty after finishing her treatment. The Christmas-themed day, held at Two Tem
EveningTimes Online / Posted 6 days ago
party after finishing her treatment. The Christmas-themed day, held at Two Temple Place in London, was organised by Cancer Research UK Kids & Teens and TK Maxx. Festive activities included playing in the snow, riding a sleigh, decorating... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Lowestoft mum thanked for raising awareness and funds for charity after battling mouth cancer Sam Fordham at the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute. Picture: Mark Hewl
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 6 days ago
Sam Fordham at the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute. Picture: Mark Hewlett. A mouth cancer survivor who dived out of a plane, gave up alcohol and... Read more
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This is West Country
Taunton tackles Race for Lifeheaded to Longrun Meadow to tackle Race for Life 2017, which kicked off at Brid
This is West Country / Posted 6 days ago
headed to Longrun Meadow to tackle Race for Life 2017, which kicked off at Bridgwater and Taunton College. Hundreds of people walked, jogged or ran the 5km track to raise money for Cancer Research UK. The race started at 11am on Sunday, J... Read more
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Oldham Chronicle
Christmas comes six months early for Evafree after being invited to a magical Winter Wonderland party. Eva Clayton fro
Oldham Chronicle / Posted 6 days ago
free after being invited to a magical Winter Wonderland party. Eva Clayton from Moorside starred as a guest of honour at Cancer Research UK's awards event in London for more than 600 children. The St Joseph's RC Primary School pupil was one of... Read more
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Herts Advertiser
Registration for St Albans Race for Life closes soonfor Life held at Hyde Park, London. Picture: Liam McAvoy Registration for St A
Herts Advertiser / Posted 7 days ago
for Life held at Hyde Park, London. Picture: Liam McAvoy Registration for St Albans’ 20th Race for Life closes this week. Cancer Research UK are urging women to sign up for the 5k and 10k running event around Verulamium Park and raise money for... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Southampton researchers find new approach to reverse treatment resistance in lymphoma patientsdrug-resistance in this type of blood cancer. Results from the study, which wa
News-Medical-Net / Posted 7 days ago
drug-resistance in this type of blood cancer. Results from the study, which was funded by the charities Bloodwise and Cancer Research UK, are published in the journal Cancer Research. The monoclonal antibody rituximab has improved survival... Read more
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Daily Record
My kind and loving little brother died too young, now I'll live for both of usjust 18 when he passed away last year, but his big sister Nicola is determined
Daily Record / Posted 7 days ago
just 18 when he passed away last year, but his big sister Nicola is determined to keep his legacy alive by raising cash for Cancer Research UK. The 23-year-old housing association worker will take on the Pretty Mudder Glasgow 5k challenge on... Read more
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Daily Echo
Saints hero opens bar built in garden sheda mini pub a year after he died from cancer. Owen’s family are backing Benali’
Daily Echo / Posted 7 days ago
a mini pub a year after he died from cancer. Owen’s family are backing Benali’s campaign to raise more than £1 million for Cancer Research UK. Following the opening ceremony the new bar - OJ’s - hosted a fundraising event in aid of Benali’s chosen... Read more
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Manila Standard Today
WHO hit on e-cigarettes infowhich includes as authors John Britton (head of the Royal College of Physicians
Manila Standard Today / Posted 7 days ago
which includes as authors John Britton (head of the Royal College of Physicians Tobacco Advisory Group), Ilze Bogdanovich (Cancer Research UK), Ann McNeil (Professor of Tobacco Addiction at King’s College London and Trustee of the Society for the... Read more
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Daily Record
Slimming World Hamilton members raise cash for Cancer Research UKloads of pounds – now caring Hamilton slimmers have been raising pounds for cha
Daily Record / Posted 8 days ago
loads of pounds – now caring Hamilton slimmers have been raising pounds for charity. The Slimming World members helped Cancer Research UK by collecting over 700 bags of clothes that they no longer need because they have slimmed out of... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Cancer patient meets Santa after missing out at Christmasthe festive period last year because she was having treatment for cancer. Agat
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
the festive period last year because she was having treatment for cancer. Agatha and 19 other children and young people who have been affected by cancer were treated to a day of festive fun, organised by Cancer Research UK Kids & Teens and TK... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
City comes to a standstill to remember detective killed in Arena attackorder of service, which was also bright and colourful, Elaine’s family asked th
Manchester Evening News / Posted 8 days ago
order of service, which was also bright and colourful, Elaine’s family asked that donations in memory of her were made to Cancer Research UK at www.justgiving.com/ELAINEMCIVER . Family call for changes to way terror suspects are dealt... Read more
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Gazette
Thousands expected to descend on Thornbury for return of family festivalfood and the return of the popular beer tent. All profits from the day, includ
Gazette / Posted 8 days ago
food and the return of the popular beer tent. All profits from the day, including from food and drink, will be donated to Cancer Research UK, with organisers Rickie and Chiz Kingscott hoping will surpass last year's total of almost £5,000. This... Read more
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Daily Echo
Honorary degree for Saints legend Le Tissierhe has carved out a new career as a TV sports commentator and also supports sev
Daily Echo / Posted 9 days ago
he has carved out a new career as a TV sports commentator and also supports several charities, including Men United and Cancer Research UK. In a message to Southampton Solent University graduates he said: “Congratulations first and foremost as... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Around £200,000 in sponsorship still owed to Cancer Research UK from Norwich Race for Life event The Race for Life event in aid of Cancer Research UK at the Norfolk Showgroun
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 9 days ago
The Race for Life event in aid of Cancer Research UK at the Norfolk Showground. Picture: James Bass Photography Around £200,000 in sponsorship is still... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Around £200,000 in sponsorship still owed to Cancer Research UK from Norwich Race for Life event The Race for Life event in aid of Cancer Research UK at the Norfolk Showgroun
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 9 days ago
The Race for Life event in aid of Cancer Research UK at the Norfolk Showground. Picture: James Bass Photography Around £200,000 in sponsorship is still... Read more
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Daily Echo
Honourary degree for Saints legend Le Tissierhe has carved out a new career as a TV sports commentator and also supports sev
Daily Echo / Posted 9 days ago
he has carved out a new career as a TV sports commentator and also supports several charities, including Men United and Cancer Research UK. In a message to Southampton Solent University graduates he said: “Congratulations first and foremost as... Read more
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Wakefield Today
Ready to run the race of their life in Pontefractfor Life gets underway. The event, which runners can either take part in a 5km
Wakefield Today / Posted 9 days ago
for Life gets underway. The event, which runners can either take part in a 5km or a 10km race, is to help raise money for Cancer Research UK. Starting at 11am in Pontefract Park, runners and walkers are being asked to gather in front of the clock... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Police hat placed on coffin at funeral for officer killed in Manchester attackcoffin arrived at the cathedral draped in fabric, surrounded by colourful flowe
Daily Mirror / Posted 9 days ago
coffin arrived at the cathedral draped in fabric, surrounded by colourful flowers, with a police helmet placed on top. It is asked that donations in memory of Elaine are made to Cancer Research UK at www.justgiving.com/fundraising/el... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Mourners line streets of Chester for funeral of Manchester terror attack victim DC Elaine McIverthe Economic Crime Unit at Winsford headquarters before moving to TITAN in 2013
Liverpool Echo / Posted 9 days ago
the Economic Crime Unit at Winsford headquarters before moving to TITAN in 2013. Donations were taken at the funeral for Cancer Research UK. Follow us This website uses cookies. Using this website means you are okay with this but you can find... Read more
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This is West Country
Highbridge school raises nearly £3,000 for charityinvolved in various sporting events. The determined pupils managed to raise £2
This is West Country / Posted 9 days ago
involved in various sporting events. The determined pupils managed to raise £2,800 in a year, which was split between Cancer Research UK, Team SuperSchools and Comic Relief. Thomas Fisher, PE teacher at Churchfield School in Highbridge said:... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
PHOTOS: First triathlon at schoolfrom both first time and experienced TryTri participants as well as the spectat
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
from both first time and experienced TryTri participants as well as the spectators enjoying the atmosphere on the day. With Cancer Research UK as the lead charity for this triathlon, we are looking forward to releasing the final fundraising total... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Christmas comes early for plucky ElizeSutton Courtenay, enjoyed festive fun and games in a special event in London fo
Oxford Mail / Posted 10 days ago
Sutton Courtenay, enjoyed festive fun and games in a special event in London for children who have battled cancer. The Cancer Research UK Kids and Teens Star Awards party, on Tuesday, saw the plucky youngsters engaging in Christmas-themed... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Remarkable reason why this girl, 9, met Santa and celebrated Christmas in Julytumour removed from her kidney. The brave schoolgirl, from Oldham, was guest o
Daily Mirror / Posted 10 days ago
tumour removed from her kidney. The brave schoolgirl, from Oldham, was guest of honour at a winter wonderland-themed Cancer Research UK party thrown for youngsters affected by the disease with many receiving treatment over the... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Why this remarkable nine year-old is celebrating Christmas in JULYso hard after being diagnosed with cancer three years ago. Eva was a guest of
Manchester Evening News / Posted 10 days ago
so hard after being diagnosed with cancer three years ago. Eva was a guest of honour at the winter wonderland-themed Cancer Research UK party for youngsters affected by the disease.Eva Stefka Clayton, nine, was diagnosed with cancer three... Read more
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