@BCCampaign We’ll all be weari…

@BCCampaign We’ll all be wearing it pink next Friday! 20 men in our office too, all getting involved!

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Our Follow Fridays for the fir…

Our Follow Fridays for the first day of breast cancer awareness month! #ff @breastcancerH @BreakthroughBC @BCCare @BCCampaign #kickcancer

If any of you tweeters out the…

If any of you tweeters out there want more info on scalp cooling or cold caps DM us – it can help prevent hair loss during chemotherapy.

#followfriday for our fellow #…

#followfriday for our fellow #kickcancer buddies @bowelcancer @CLIC_Sargent @CR_UK @CRUKWalton @macmillancancer @macmillancoffee

It’s that #followfriday time a…

It’s that #followfriday time again, here are mine for this week! @macmillanPA @CR_UK @royalmarsden @bowelcancer @BCCare

@macmillanPA What’s everyone d…

@macmillanPA What’s everyone doing for the Macmillan’s Worlds Biggest Coffee Morning this Friday?!

@royalmarsden you’re welcome. …

@royalmarsden you’re welcome. I’ll give you a #ff too! follow @royalmarsden everyone for the great work they do!

#charitytuesday shout outs to …

#charitytuesday shout outs to @CR_UK @BCCare @royalmarsden WCRF_UK for starters

‘Sponge checks’ for cancer risk

Swallowing a sponge on a piece of string could help prevent a deadly form of cancer, UK experts claim. Medical Research Council scientists have created the “cytosponge” which collects cells from the stomach. These cells can be checked for a pre-cancerous condition called Barrett’s oesophagus which can affect people with a long history of heartburn. [...]

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