Survey - What cancer science questions would you like answered?

Do you want to know more about cancer, but are finding too much information online to get your head around? Submit your questions for the opportunity to have your questions answered by our scientists and researchers.

Opportunity deadline: Monday 1 May 

Opportunity date: Friday 17 March to Monday 1 May 

Location: Online survey from home

Cancer Research UK’s life-saving research – from peering down at cells in microscopes to testing new treatments in people – wouldn’t be possible without the generosity of our supporters. That’s why we’re dedicated to keeping our supporters up to date with the progress we’re making. 

But science can be tricky to understand, so we’re offering you the opportunity to get involved and ask cancer science questions to our scientists. What are genes? Why doesn’t our immune system stop cancer developing? Why is lung cancer hard to treat? We want to give you the chance to find answers to questions you’ve been wondering about. 

All you need to do is fill in this short survey for the opportunity to have your questions answered by our scientists. If you follow us on social media, you can vote for the questions you’d like us to answer most. 

 

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If you have any questions about this opportunity, please contact us by calling 0203 469 8777 or emailing involvement@cancer.org.uk

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