Our research on womb cancer

In the 1970s, almost 6 in 10 women diagnosed with uterine cancer survived their disease beyond ten years, now it's almost 8 in 10. But more work is needed to improve how the disease is treated – and diagnosed to make sure more women with womb cancer live for longer.

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Reducing the risk

Professor Sir John Burn is investigating if aspirin can help decrease the risk of women with Lynch Syndrome developing womb cancer.

'If I can raise awareness of how important research is that is great'

Sharon was diagnosed with womb cancer in 2007. She had surgery to remove her womb, ovaries and cervix, and radiotherapy. Seven years on, she’s in good health and managing one of our shops.

Our strategy to beat cancer sooner

Our vision is to bring forward the day when all cancers are cured.Our new strategy will give us the foundations we need to tackle the challenges ahead.

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We are building a brand new research facility at the heart of London that will help us to beat cancer sooner.

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