Oriel College situated within the University of Oxford provides the base for the Against Breast Cancer Research Fellowships. Created in 2018 to provide research support for some of the country’s leading scientists and clinicians, this 9-year long commitment provides funding for two positions, each for a three year period. Dr Andrew Blackford and Dr Simon …Read more
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A huge well done to everyone involved in organising the first Abingdon Vale Cricket Club Pink Saturday. The club encouraged players, families and spectators to get involved whilst enjoying a variety of cricket related festivities, raising over £700 for breast cancer research. Choosing to turn their club pink for a week in June, Abingdon Vale …Read more
4 Men, 4 Bikes, 48 Hours Congratulations to Mark, Ian, Graham and Simon, the 4 man team from The Body Training Studio (BTS) in Wallingford for completing a truly gruelling challenge of endurance. We are incredibly proud of the team who took on the epic 4 Men, 4 Bikes, 48 Hours non-stop cycling challenge event …Read more
Promising results of his team’s research into the extracellular matrix of triple negative breast cancer has led Dr Oliver Pearce to being awarded a CRUK Career Establishment Award of over £800,000 to continue and develop his work for a further six years. Dr Pearce was the first recipient of a seed grant following our call …Read more
We first spoke to Lyndsay in May 2019, just weeks after her shocking diagnosis of grade 3 triple negative breast cancer at the tender age of twenty nine. Lyndsay bravely agreed to document her journey in video format. Her bright and bold personality combined with the brutal honesty with which she reflects on the harsh reality of diagnosis …Read more