It’s been an exciting year. More people are beating cancer than ever before thanks to amazing advances in treatments and technologies.
Our Annual Review 2011/12 is packed with highlights of our work across the UK and the inspiring stories of people who’ve benefited from it.
We explain how our scientists discovered a new way to classify breast cancer, which could revolutionise how it’s diagnosed and treated. And we highlight a trial of a new test to detect the early signs of oesophageal cancer and prevent the disease in people who are most at risk.
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Ovarian cancer survivor Della shares her story and explains why she supports Cancer Research UK.
Our supporters Bob and Tony tell how they combined a challenging trek of the Himalayas with fundraising for Cancer Research UK.
Dr Antony Michalski describes how his team are improving treatments for children with brain tumours, thanks to funding from Cancer Research UK.
Cancer Research UK scientist, Professor Charlie Swanton, explains how his work unravelling the complexity of tumours could change the way we target treatments to individual patients.
Download a two-page summary of Our Highlights 2011/12
Our Highlights 2011/12 – highlights from the year and an overview of our finances (1MB PDF)
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Annual Report and Accounts – gives a financial overview of 2011/12 and our aims for the year ahead.
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