4th February 2022
This World Cancer Day, start funding ground-breaking research to find new cancer cures, and join hundreds of people from across the UK who’ve just become Curestarters.
Cancer is set to be the world’s biggest killer by 2030. That’s why new research is more important than ever.
100 is the number of brilliant new ideas submitted to us each year by researchers around the world – but right now we can only fund a fraction of these. With the help of our Curestarters, over the next 10 years, we want to be able to fund 100 new discoveries each year.
Cures for cancer can be started anywhere – whether it’s at the bus stop, in the queue at the shops, or from the comfort of your own sofa.
Become a Curestarter today - donate and help us end cancer.
Become a Curestarter today, and together we will end cancer.
Cancer is set to be the world’s biggest killer by 2030, and that’s why new research is more important than ever.
Thanks to people like you, we’re committed to awarding a further £5.2 million towards 26 new research projects that could start the cancer cures of the future, today. This is an increase of £1.6m from 2021 – testament to the incredible generosity of all our Curestarters who have made this possible.
It’s estimated that around 10 million people will die from cancer worldwide in 2022
The amount Worldwide Cancer Research has funded in discovery research around the world
We’re delighted to announce that thanks to the kindness and generosity of our supporters we are starting an incredible 26 new discoveries in 2022! Each of these research projects could be the start of a new cancer cure of the future that will help us put an end to cancer.
04 February 2022
2021 has been a fantastic year for science with the rollout of the coronavirus vaccine happening at an unprecedented speed thanks to the hard work of people around the world. And all through this turbulent time, cancer researchers have been hard at work too. Here’s the 12 big cancer research breakthroughs made by our scientists in 2021.
13 December 2021
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