How a gift in your Will can advance cancer research
We have a long history of discovery in cancer research – and we’ve made great strides forward in recent years. But while 160,000 people a year die from cancer in the UK, there remains an urgent need to further expand our knowledge of cancer and how to manage it.
This is where you come in. Your legacy could help transform a discovery made in the laboratory into a treatment that saves thousands of lives world-wide. It could:
- Fund the purchase of cutting-edge laboratory equipment
- Train the next generation of cancer researchers
- Enable us to set up new research programmes
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Having a valid, up-to-date Will is very important to ensure that your loved ones and the cause you care about are provided for after you die. If you already have a Will, it is recommended that you review it every five years as your personal situation could have changed and it may no longer reflect your wishes.
Find out more about making a Will and leaving a legacy gift to fund ground-breaking cancer research.
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