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Ovarian Cancer Action are a charity dedicated to beating the UK's most deadly gynaecological disease. Ovarian cancer is a serial killer. It claims the life of another woman every two hours.
At the moment the diagnosis and treatment of ovarian cancers lags behind high profile diseases like prostate or breast cancer. And we think this is unacceptable. That's why we're on a mission to fund research that saves lives.
We're a small...
Posted on: 15/11/2017 Categories: Charity News
Every parent-to-be in Northern Ireland hopes that their baby will be born healthy, but sadly:
Of approximately 25,000 babies born here in one year
2037 episodes of neonatal care was provided for 1769 infants. (Nicore 2009)
80% of babies, who are born alive but die in the first 28 days of life, are born prematurely
On average there are two stillbirths every week in Northern Ireland
1 in every 5 pregnancies ends in miscarriage
That's why TinyLife exists and why...
Posted on: 09/11/2017 Categories: Charity News
Awaken your senses
Being blind doesn't necessarily mean living in total darkness. Did you know that 93 per cent of the people in the UK who are registered as blind or partially sighted can actually see something?
By holding an In The Dark event you will not only be raising funds to make every day better for those living with sight loss but also be helping raise awareness of living with limited vision. You'll have the opportunity to awaken and focus on your other senses through...
Posted on: 01/11/2017 Categories: Charity News
Rose Walker and Owen Collier from Breast Cancer Now visited our offices to share the latest news about their work and their corporate partnership for Breast Cancer Awareness month
To mark Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, M&S have invited seven inspiring women who have been affected by breast cancer to model their new pink bra collection. 20% of pink bra sales will be donated to Breast Cancer Now throughout October.
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