The Stop Cancer Ethos

Your donations go directly to fund ground breaking Cancer Research which uses no live animals and helps children suffering from Cancer and their caring families.
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RESEARCH CANCER

We fund original and ethical clinical Research into causes and non-invasive treatment of Cancer that does not use live animals or embryonic stem cells.
Target Cancer, not animals!

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HEAL THE CHILDREN

We fund biological and clinical research to treat and eliminate Childhood Cancers. We also provide Way2Go! Creative Adventure Holidays for Kids with Cancer, healing and renewing their self-confidence and passion for life after the trauma of their life-threatening illness.

 

Heal our Kids!

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PREVENT CANCER

Prevention is less damaging than cure – and cheaper. We identify Lifestyle Cancer Risks and promote Cancer Awareness.

Stop Cancer!

We are all Volunteers – Join us!

We are a dedicated community of unpaid hands-on volunteers and friends with a mission to eradicate cancer and enhance the quality of life of cancer sufferers. We have NO expensive offices, NO salaried officers and employ NO Chuggers or Cold Callers!

Your donation goes where you intend it – NOT on expensive overheads!

Volunteers

We are managed and run by dedicated unpaid volunteers, can you help us?Read More »

Patrons

We have some fantastic patrons who support us year on year.Read More »

Charity Shop

All profits from our shop go to local hospital paediatric oncology support programmes.Read More »

Events

Many of our supporters put fundraising events on to raise money and awareness of the Stop CancerRead More »

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The Latest News

We have many blogs to do with cancer prevention and research. Check them out.Read More »

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In the News

We have all the latest news from the world of cancer research right here in our in the news blog.

Childhood HPV Vaccination for future Cancer Prevention

NHS England has announced that it will follow NHS Scotland and Wales by implementing an HPV school vaccination programme for boys aged 12 in school year 8 from September. Girls of that age have been on the school vaccination schedule since 2008. As over 90% of Cervical cancers are caused by HPV, in approximately 40…

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Revolutionary Bladder Cancer Treatment on the Horizon

Further to my recent blog on Understanding Immunotherapy and the therapeutic use of oncolytic viruses as a immunotherapeutic treatment, the possibility of the use of the common cold virus, (Coxsackievirus A21), as a novel treatment agent in bladder cancer has hit the news. The results of a small study by University of Surrey researchers were…

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Understanding Immunotherapy

Immunotherapy is a type of cancer treatment which assists the body’s immune system to fight cancer. The body’s immune system is a network of cells and organs that protects the body from threats such as virus infections, toxins, fungi, bacteria, parasites and abnormal growth of tumour cells. The immune system recognises and attacks foreign organisms…

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Cancer Research & Prevention Blogs

Childhood HPV Vaccination for future Cancer Prevention

NHS England has announced that it will follow NHS Scotland and Wales by implementing an HPV school vaccination programme for boys aged 12 in school year 8 from September. Girls of that age have been on the school vaccination schedule since 2008. As over 90% of Cervical cancers are caused by HPV, in approximately 40…

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Manchester study raises mammograph issue.

A Manchester Biomedical Research centre study has shown that annual Breast Cancer screening for younger women aged 35-39 with a family history of Breast Cancer would effectively detect incipient and cancerous tumours earlier and thus save lives. The numbers of breast cancers discovered in the study led by Professor Gareth Evans were significant.  The charity…

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New Diagnostic Procedure for Childhood Leukaemia

The University of Manchester Viral Oncology Research Laboratories are working on developing a new diagnostic procedure for Childhood Leukaemia with support from Caring Cancer Trust’s Stopcancer  funding programme. A problem with modern medicine is that tests for most infectious agents are only given on the basis of symptoms. However, it is well known that some…

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