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Dear Stinsford Old Boy,

This week marks ten years since the Imperial Cancer Research Fund (ICRF) and the Cancer Research Campaign (CRC) merged to form Cancer
Research UK. Together we've been part of over a century of pioneering research and discovery. We are now the world's leading cancer charity dedicated to saving lives through research.

In this month's newsletter, we take a look back at the top stories on cancer from 2011 and we update you on NICE's decision for the prostate cancer drug abiraterone.

Thank you for all your support,

The Cancer Research UK team

 

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NICE decision on Abiraterone

As you may have heard, the drugs watchdog NICE has given a preliminary 'no' to abiraterone, a new prostate cancer drug, because the manufacturers have set the price too high.
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News headlines
Cancer prevention - what's new?
Cancer prevention was a hot topic in the news last year - but what was it all about? Read our expert's guide.
New Year
Q&A's on smoking and cancer
Did you know low-tar cigarettes are just as harmful as regular brands? Read our Q&A's to find out more.
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A new weak spot in cancer cells?
Our scientists have discovered a new Achilles heel in cancer cells, potentially revealing new ways to treat the disease.
What's happening this month?
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A new way to tackle a type of drug resistant leukaemia revealed
 
Cancer Research UK scientists have discovered a potential new way to treat chronic myeloid leukaemia that has become resistant to treatment.
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Why a 'waistline' is important - even in cells
 
Our scientists have discovered a key step in how cells divide. Understanding this process could help scientists find new ways to stop cancer cells growing.
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Looking for a challenge?
 
Sign up to the 2012 Brighton Marathon and if you run for Cancer Research UK, we're offering 50% off entry fees!
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Say thank you with designer favours
Something to celebrate this year? Thank your guests with personalised favours - including exclusive Jenny Packham designed pin badges.
Last month we asked "Did you know that people who use a sunbed before the age of 35 have a 75% higher risk of developing melanoma?".
Below are the results of that poll.
Yes: 61.9%
No: 38.1%
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Thanks to all those who responded - be sure to keep an eye out for more of our monthly polls.
  Top Tip
Need a hand with some New Year's resolutions? Try our FREE Ten Top Tips card to help.
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Top Tip
Smokers are four times as likely to quit successfully if they get professional support, than if they try to go 'cold-turkey'.
Top Tip
Did you know that smoking increases the risk of acute myeloid leukaemia?
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If anybody feels the need to make a donation or contribution towards the running costs of this website,

although it is much appreciated, I would prefer it if the money went to this very worthy cause instead.

Thanks...............eddie

This message is from Cancer Research UK. Our website is at www.cancerresearchuk.org. We are a charity registered under number 1089464 and a company limited by guarantee registered in England & Wales under number 4325234. Our registered address is 61 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, WC2A 3PX. Our central telephone number is 020 7242 0200.

 

 

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