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Cancer fundraising campaigns: avoiding mixed messages

In a bid to raise funds, the Stand Up to Cancer campaign group produced a special series of popular show The Great British Bake Off. But RCN cancer and breast care forum chair Susanne Cruickshank thinks there has been a clash of messages given the publication of figures relating to obesity and cancer ahead of the series.

In a bid to raise funds, the Stand Up to Cancer campaign group produced a special series of popular show The Great British Bake Off. But RCN cancer and breast care forum chair Susanne Cruickshank thinks there has been a clash of messages given the publication of figures relating to obesity and cancer ahead of the series.

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I had an interesting discussion with my aunt about chemotherapy administration in Germany. It seems it continues to be given primarily by doctors, which is different from the UK. It would be interesting to compare practices especially as it is more than 20 years since I started giving chemotherapy.

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