View from the Board: What's in store for Cancer Research UK in 2020?
Our Supporter Contact Advisors join us from many different walks of life. Here, we find out more about one of our team members and her specific career journey here:
Having just been voted Indeed’s number 1 top rated work place within the UKs not for profit sector. We thought it was a great time to catch up with one of our Area Managers and talk about CRUK Retail and what goes into making our shops a success.....
Hear from Jessie Wang, one of our new starters, as she tells us all about her first week in our Legacy Marketing team here at Cancer Research UK.
News digest – NHS waiting times far too long, childhood obesity strategy under fire, golden drugs showing early promise in the lab, and… what do you need to know about at-home genetic tests? http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQc6C
Three quarters of the drugs previously only accessible to patients via the Cancer Drugs Fund (CDF) are now approved on the NHS. Read our news report to find out more: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQcLm
It’s a year since the launch of the government’s childhood obesity strategy, which didn’t go far enough in tackling the problem. Today Public Health England has announced the next stage of the strategy which aims to reduce the amount of calories in junk food. What difference will this make, and what else still needs to be done? Here’s what you need to know: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQcDh
Cancer Research UK (CRUK) Our physicists at the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute are using light and sound to gather more information on prostate cancers in mice. Using a new imaging technique called optoacoustics, their study offers a glimpse of how sounds can be turned into pictures. The team hope that one day optoacoustics will help show doctors how aggressive a tumour is and help them decide the most effective treatment. Read our blog post for more http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQcYf
How light and sound give physicists a clearer picture of cancer