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Wearsiders urged to show support on World Cancer Day

Cancer Research UK Group Unity Bands

9:48am 21st January 2018
(Updated 5:17am 22nd January 2018)

Forty people every day are diagnosed with cancer in the North East and we can do our bit to help.

A host of stores on Wearside will once again be stocking Unity bands for Cancer Research UK.

It's to mark World Cancer Day, two weeks today, with donations helping to fund research, treatments and possible cures.

Spokeswoman for Cancer Research UK in the North East - Lisa Millett.

All Cancer Research UK shops, M&Co, Peacocks, WHSmith, TK Maxx, and The Works will be stocking Unity Bands.


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