What are the main aims for Cancer Research UK? It’s built around 4 objectives – to discover, detect, prevent, and treat – so that progress in understanding the fundamental biology of cancer leads to new prevention measures, tests and treatments.
What is cancer research’s mission statement? Our vision for a better future
People who do develop cancer are diagnosed at the earliest possible stage so they can be successfully treated. Treatments are more effective, kinder and more targeted, so people can lead better, more fulfilling lives.
Is Cancer Research UK reputable? Cancer Research UK is seen as the country’s most innovative and trustworthy charity, according to a survey by the consultancy Incite. The company, which is part of the St Ives Group, a marketing and publishing company, carried out online interviews with 499 people about what drives their support of charities.
Why do you want to work at Cancer Research UK? “One of the best things about working at Cancer Research UK is the passion that comes through in everyone’s work. All employees really feel connected to the cause, which is promoted through regular opportunities to listen to inspiring talks from scientists, researchers and fundraisers.”