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Cancer, Best Cancer Research Charity - Cancer Research UK

Updated on December 18, 2013

The best cancer charity has to be Cancer Research UK. This is a charity that focuses upon research with the aim to understanding and curing cancers.

They attempt to take the lead in areas for which are not being fully investigated. To research cancer balances and opens further opportunities for exploration.

Much of research in the field of cancer is under funded.

Where there is a lack of funding this, ultimately, could lead to missed areas of research that could provide the eureka moment in curing cancer.

In the following article you will see a cancer research charity with a difference!


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Cancer Research Wants To Cure Cancer

Cancer Research UK are predominately centres their funding around finding a cure for cancer. This is a niche area. By injecting resources and recruiting people to examine scientific based evidence Cancer Research UK are quickly becoming a world leader in this field. Other issues around cancer care, death and dying and recovery are well catered for by other charities like St Margaret’s Hospice, Marie Curie and Macmillan Cancer Support. It is the research in cancer that is struggling to find resources in order to make a way forward for the eventual cure.

Fundraising & Donating - Strange Original Ways

Dulux Trade has brought a splash of colour to Cancer Research UK by donating a piece of art that was auctioned at a charity event which raised over 4000.  Picture by street artist Jim Vision, using Dulux paint
Dulux Trade has brought a splash of colour to Cancer Research UK by donating a piece of art that was auctioned at a charity event which raised over 4000. Picture by street artist Jim Vision, using Dulux paint

Cancer Research UK Keeps Researching Broad

This cancer research charity wants to understand cancer by keeping the research broad, balanced but open enough for the advancement of new technologies. They can then concentrate on programmes of early cancer detection, prevention and screening.

Prevention is a better than cure and Cancer Research UK truly believe in this philosophy. This charity is willing to research cancer and work in partnership with other organisations. Furthermore, they are happy to seek and manage transitions to other research funders.


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Cancer Research UK Invest In Areas Where There Is A Lack Of Support

Cancer Research UK aims to invest in areas where there is a lack of support. Areas like pancreatic and oesophageal cancer for example. These types of cancer have the poorest outcomes and it is these areas that the charity wants to fulfil and take cancer research to a new level of investigation. Partnership in this is important in order to bring forth research for the common cause.

This cancer research charity also wants to influence investments and funding for basic research. This includes acting as advocates in this and accessing funding sources whether that is through fundraising or government sources (which they presently don’t access).

One of the aims of Cancer Research UK is to gather a greater understanding of genes, how they interact and their environments. In further understanding of genetics, and their functions, this should lead to a greater understanding of alternative ways of combating cancer, how it develops and grows.

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Genetics and technology... a cure for cancer?
Genetics and technology... a cure for cancer?
Cancer Research UK with one of their many Charity Fundraising shops
Cancer Research UK with one of their many Charity Fundraising shops

Cancer Research UK Invest In Areas Of Cancer Where There Are Poor Outcomes

Cancer Research UK has noticed a decline in radiotherapies and cancer surgery. The charity is keen to research cancer in areas of unmet medical or research need and wish to focus on those cancer’s that have particularly poor outcomes. Both surgery and radiotherapy need further research and has been identified as a high level unmet medical and research need. Cancers, like lung cancer and mesothelioma (what is this? Please Click Here) for example, have a high level need for further research but are poorly funded also.

Cancer Research UK Offer Grants For Cancer Projects

Cancer Research UK offers grants for various cancer related research projects. If you would like to apply for a grant, the following web address will help you:

science.cancerresearchuk.org/gapp/all-funding-schemes/

Here you will find a list of eligible availability and funding schemes. Remember that this cancer research charity will only support direct cancer research.

The areas of greatest focus are:

  • Early diagnosis, screening and prevention
  • Clinical and translational research - to translate research discoveries into clinical advances. This is hoped to result in the diagnosis and treatment of various forms of cancer.
  • Biology and causes of cancer – world class researching with a broad cross section of causes of cancer and the biology associated with it.
  • Promote research in areas of unmet medical or research need

Reliable & Direct Patient Information From Cancer Research UK's Website

Cancer Research UK can offer patient information that is reliable direct from their website. This is a very useful resource, easy to understand and is not surrounded by myths – check my article on Myths and Cancer Here - that can be easily distort people’s views at a very difficult time in their lives.

If there is anything you want to know about research and cancer, it is at their website – Cancer Help at Cancer Research UK. The charity has organised this in a non-complicated manner. This really is a must view for anyone who has been diagnosed or anyone who wants to research cancer more fully.

Survivors: Angela Cox, Carol Parkinson and Yvonne Brown in the campaign poster shot by Penny Lancaster
Survivors: Angela Cox, Carol Parkinson and Yvonne Brown in the campaign poster shot by Penny Lancaster

Donate or Support Cancer Research UK

Being able to boast that Cancer Research UK is the world’s leading cancer research charity for over 30 years is no mean feat. They have dedicated themselves to beating cancer; in fact, to research cancer in the way they have done, has been central to help those survival rates. They have seen these rates double during this time. Thank you for the lives you have helped save! However, in order to combat cancer, research is central and vital to save more lives in the future. In finding new ways, improving existing ways and developing early diagnostics for people effects us all. We all know someone who has been effected by cancer. We have all known people to survive. We have all known people to die. Should you wish to donate or support Cancer Research UK, please click on the highlighted link.  Thank you.

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      oceansider 6 years ago

      Thank you for informing everyone about Cancer Research UK....it really sounds like an amazing organization! I have read that the British have been pioneers in many fields of research involving disease and disease preventions.

      Voted up, interesting and useful!

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      shazwellyn 7 years ago from Great Britain

      Car Donations - it is a good thing what you do too. :)

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      Car Donations 7 years ago

      Thanks for sharing this article. I am glad people are using their creative minds to help raise funds.

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