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You'll find a variety of opportunities below to get involved and help us beat cancer sooner. Whether you've got lots of time to spare or only a little, and whatever your experience of cancer, we hope you'll find an opportunity that interests you.
Event - The future of cancer as told by the next generation of scientists
Discover how the next generation of cancer scientists are shining new light on our oldest enemy, and how the future vision of healthcare is becoming a modern-day reality.
Saturday 29th September, 7-8:30pm at the Thinktank Science Museum Lecture Theatre, Birmingham
Content reviewer - Help us review our ‘Causes of Cancer’ webpages
Help us get our content right and make all the difference to someone trying to understand more about their risk of cancer.
Survey - What treatment outcomes mattered most to you?
Share your experience and help inform a research study into how the NHS pays for new cancer drugs.
Share your story - Help protect Stop Smoking Services
Share your experience of using your local Stop Smoking Service so we can help publicise the vital work they do.
Phone interviews - Help us improve our ‘About Cancer’ information pages.
Share your experience of cancer to help us inform design decisions and make sure our online cancer information is relevant and useful for patients.
Committee Chair - Patient Advisory Group for North East London
Play a leading role in helping UCLH Cancer Collaborative shape and improve cancer services in north central and east London and west Essex.
Committee Member: Patient Advisory Group for North East London
Help UCLH Cancer Collaborative develop and launch a pioneering new cancer diagnosis Hub in north east London and make a difference to early cancer diagnosis.
Steering Group Member: Patient Experience and User Involvement Steering Group
Join UCLH Cancer Collaborative’s Patient Experience and User Involvement Steering Group and help shape and improve cancer services.
Advisory group member: Barts Cancer Centre’s Patient and Public Involvement Research Advisory Group
Share your experience, ideas and opinions to improve research conducted at the Barts Cancer Centre.
Survey - What cancer science questions would you like answered?
Our experts are dedicated to bringing you the latest findings, from the lab bench to clinical trials. But do you have a burning question that we haven’t answered? In our new Science Surgery series, you can take our survey and submit the questions you'd like answered by our expert team.