Review of Cancer Research UK
Page reviewed 2017-02-23
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Top 5 Posts by Cancer Research UK
|2017-02-12||“Last July, my sister Tara was diagnosed with leukaemia, at 28 years...||6419||471||253|
|2017-02-07||We already knew that e-cigarettes don’t contain the same level of most...||1092||329||1611|
|2017-02-08||“When Caitlin was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia in March...||3344||336||222|
|2017-02-13||“Losing my hair wasn’t quite as bad as losing the feeling in my fingers...||3533||280||122|
|2017-02-17||“My dad died of cancer on 29 July 2007. It was his 46th birthday. I was...||3077||134||101|