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Covid-19 has challenged everyone

Covid-19 has challenged everyone. But we’ve found new ways to keep our helpline running.   Pictured: Emma Clarke, director of services and grant-giving working from home during the pandemic, so that we can continue to be there at every step for people affected by cancer.   We’re there for...

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Cancer changes everything.

Cancer changes everything. But even in lockdown, so can we.   Here’s how…   As a charity, funded solely through donations, we and the work we do depends entirely on the generosity of people and businesses across the region and beyond.   So, as always it’s our supporters who make...

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Annual golf day scores more than £24,000

Weston Park Cancer Charity has raised £24,471.94 for people facing cancer, through its annual golf day, sponsored by Special Steel Group.   Over 120 people from across the region took part in the annual golf day at the Hallamshire Golf Club in Sheffield, on Friday 2nd October,...

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Self-checking saves lives!

Breast Cancer Awareness Month Self-checking saves lives! Breast cancer awareness month is a timely reminder of the difference early diagnosis can make.   October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and Weston Park Cancer Charity is on a mission to get women (and men!) checking and getting the treatment...

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Researching better treatments for secondary breast cancer

Podcast: researching better treatments for secondary breast cancer   We fund vital research and clinical trials of global relevance, enabling our medical professionals to understand and treat cancer better, in a way that changes and saves lives. So, as part of breast cancer awareness month, we spoke...

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Valuable Not Vulnerable

Is it just me or are you worried about what winter may bring?   Over recent weeks I’ve enjoyed seeing people’s photos of their imaginative staycations, gained immense joy from pictures of children returning to school (complete with captions from relieved, nervous, exhausted parents).  But as a...

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