Cancer Research UK’s Shine London night walk is now over, and it was a fantastic event that many of us are still buzzing from days after it has finished.
To have such a great Cancer Ninjas team of 100+ amongst the 15,000+ other walkers was….Read More
Our second news and update e-shot, September 2017 No.02, has just been emailed out.
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One of very own, Ninja Emily, has just graduated and started work in the Northern Institute for Cancer Research, a CRUK funded lab in partnership with Newcastle University.
The department that she will be working for aims to identify new drug targets…..Read More
Wow, today we surpassed the first £1000 raised for Shine 2017 so a great start. Thank you so much to those donors that have already supported us.
If you are involved in the event with us, please do get your fundraising page set up asap so we…Read More
Eurostar Global Electronics, one of Cancer Ninjas corporate sponsors, have kindly announced their ‘1 Night in Fabulous Las Vegas’ black tie event, on the 2nd February 2018, in the impressive surroundings of Crewe Hall, Cheshire, in aid of their…..Read More
Cancer Ninjas, the new cancer research fundraiser on the block, have today moved their website into its next phase, with its soft launch, we hope you enjoy and use it, and help us make a difference. We are very excited as to what we believe we can achieve……Read More
Cancer Ninjas are delighted to announce that Mrs UK World, the United Kingdom’s part of the International Mrs World, has very kindly chosen Cancer Ninjas as one of its two supported fundraising causes for 2018.
Cancer Ninjas are most grateful for the support……
A message from Katie, Cancer Ninjas Cancer Research UK liaison.
“I’m delighted to share with you our 2016/17 Annual Review Highlights. In this year’s review, we take a look at how we have been accelerating progress in our key strategic areas……
Every cancer patient could have DNA tested under five-year government plan to cut deaths. The future goal is for every cancer patient to have his or her whole genome sequenced.
A new era of genome-based personalised medicine could open up for cancer patients……
We are pleased to have sent out our first news and update e-shot, July No.01
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