Research is working Right Now
Real people and real stories are at the heart of our campaign. Our unscripted adverts aim to give an insight into the lives of those affected by cancer and demonstrate the impact research is having for them today.
But we know our work is not done. Cancer is still destroying lives and we can only keep up the pace of our life-saving research with your support.
Share your story on social media using the hashtag #CancerRightNow
Adyan was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukaemia in March 2015, aged two, and since then has had chemotherapy and a bone marrow transplant. Right now, Adyan is doing well and is enjoying being back at school.
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If you or someone close to you have been affected by cancer and you’ve got questions, it is easy to call our nurses on freephone or you can email us.
The words in the #CancerRightNow posts are written by the people who shared them and reflect their personal cancer experience.