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Cancer52 is an alliance of 80 organisations working to address this inequality and improve outcomes for patients with these highly challenging diseases.
The UCL Cancer Institute Research Trust supports the work of the UCL Cancer Institute and are are looking to raise a total of £12 Million over the next five years to defeat cancer faster.
One of the largest sarcoma services in Europe with an international reputation for providing the highest quality of care to patients with sarcoma.
Sarcoma UK is the main charity in the UK dealing with all types of sarcoma. Our aim is to achieve the best possible standard of treatment and care for patients with sarcoma.
A nonprofit organization working to improve the lives of chordoma patients by accelerating research to develop effective treatments for chordoma, and by helping patients to get the best care possible.
The UCL Cancer Institute was established in 2007 and is the hub for cancer research at UCL. The Institute is located in the heart of London, and part of University College London.
RNOH is the largest orthopaedic hospital in the UK and regarded as a leader in the field of orthopaedics both in the UK and world-wide.
The British Sarcoma Group is the professional association of the specialist clinicians, nurses and supporting professionals who treat patients with sarcoma in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
The Bone Cancer Research Trust is a charity providing funding for research into primary bone cancer, raising awareness of the disease, providing patient information and support services.
Graphic designer who created the Chordoma UK logo and literature.
Small, well respected creative design agency based in Southampton with many years’ experience in design and marketing. Designed, built and host this website.
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