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1st February - New CRUK Shop opens on Bold Street
Cancer Research UK has opened its first shop in Liverpool City Centre, located at 10 Bold Street. Ruth Stafferton, Senior Research Nurse from the CRUK Centre, cut the ribbon to officially open the store on Friday 1st February. Emma Parr and Julie Perry from Liverpool Cancer Trials Unit also attended the opening event.
Survival Analysis for Junior Researchers conference
The LCTU is proudly sponsoring the second Survival Analysis for Junior Researchers conference â€“ a statistics conference that gives junior researchers an opportunity to present and discuss their work and discover recent advances in the analysis of survival data. Guest talks will be given by Prof. David Collett and Dr. Paul Lambert.
LCTU Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge
A group of LCTU staff will be taking part in the Yorkshire 3 peaks challenge on the 18th August 2012. The challenge involves walking Pen Y Ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough, each of which is aroung 700m each in less than 24 hours. They will be aiming to raise Â£1000 for Cancer Research UK.
Action on Cancer
2012 is the Year of Action on Cancer in Merseyside and Cheshire. The Centre/ LCTU are playing a key role in the campaign. Why not take a look at the Action on Cancer Website or follow on twitter (@ActionOnCancer).
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