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Today is World Cancer Day Posted On 04 February 2020

Get involved to help fund life-saving research this World Cancer Day.

World Cancer Day is the one singular initiative under which the entire world can unite together in the fight against the global cancer epidemic. Led by the Union for International Cancer Control, Cancer Research UK is one of its thousand members from across 162 countries and the day aims to unite people, communities and entire countries to raise awareness and take action.

Cancer Research UK says that by working together, faster progress can be made on the goal of 3 in 4 people surviving cancer by 2034.

How can you help?
You can show your support for life-saving research by wearing a Unity Band® or making a donation. The Unity Band® is Cancer Research UK’s symbol for support for World Cancer Day 2020. It represents unity and shows support for those affected by cancer so by wearing it, you will be helping to fund life-saving research and treatments.

To get involved and donate, visit www.cancerresearchuk.org/get-involved/donate

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