Beatson Cancer Charity

The Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre in Glasgow is the second largest cancer treatment unit in the UK, and the busiest.

Beatson Cancer Charity

About Beatson Cancer Charity

1053 Great Western Road, Glasgow West End G12 0YN
01412120505
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The Beatson Cancer Charity is the only charity exclusively dedicated to supporting the centre to help in the fight against cancer locally, nationally and internationally.

After all, one in three people in the UK will be directly affected by cancer at some point in their lives – and more than two million people in the UK are currently living with it.

At the heart of the charity is the passion and commitment of its people, striving to help beat cancer. So we raise money for cancer treatment, care and research – three quarters of a million pounds each year, for instance, goes on funding extra staff. Clinical nurses and radiography staff who give the best possible service to people going through the traumatic, stressful and life-changing experience of having cancer.

The charity also supports the centre’s clinical and laboratory research, looking into the causes of cancer and investigating possible new treatments.

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Upcoming Events at Beatson Cancer Charity

The Bard & His Belles

The Bard & His Belles

22nd January 2021
Online Event Glasgow

If you are looking for an alternative celebration to the Bard then look no further... join Beatson Cancer Charity for their annual Bard & His Belles Burns Supper - virtually!
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