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Top 5 Posts by Cancer Research UK

 Date Post Likes Comments Shares
2017-06-06 18948480 10155519805169474 3496993442196619264 n In preparation for losing her hair, breast cancer patient Helen decided... 4160 1401 1651
2017-06-09 18952939 10155533271964474 4924185066365539559 n “When I was told I had lymphoma, I didn’t actually know what it was, so... 3357 298 117
2017-06-16 19146070 10155556694569474 7540102227339915879 n On 1 November 2015, Alison’s dad, Alan, was diagnosed with advanced... 2942 168 80
2017-06-11 18814129 10155510336789474 1815240422690918029 n In the third and final of our stories today, cancer survivor, Thea,... 2148 89 73
2017-06-14 19060035 10155546402734474 5914800854934139136 n “While I was recovering from a brain tumour and a stroke last March, I... 1733 111 83

Unanswered Posts by Others - Cancer Research UK

 Date From Post Comments
2017-06-22 Cancer Research UK, can I just remind you that Julie Apicella posted on this page asking why you... 1
2017-06-21 johnbuckley£.400 0
2017-06-21 Hi. I just wanted to share this amazing charity with you. A Spoonful of Crafting provides free... 0
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2017-06-21 CRUK can I please ask WHY you reply to majority of people's posts ve... 6