The brilliant Leeds RAG Fashion Show on 28 February raised over £23,000 on the night for its two charities, PCRF and Behind Closed Doors – more than double the previous year’s total!
The Leeds RAG Fashion Show – the annual flagship event in the calendar of Leeds University Union’s charity fundraising society – takes place on 28 February 2019, with PCRF as one of its nominated charities.
The first study in the world to take a detailed look at scar tissue that surrounds pancreatic cancer tumours – also known as the stroma - has revealed a range of different scar tissue types that could help clinicians predict which patients will respond best to particular treatments.
Hundreds of music lovers attended the RockThePav2 benefit concert for PCRF in Broadstairs on the Kent Coast on 20 January and were treated to fantastic line-up of bands covering country rock, blues, blues rock, jazz fusion and much more.
A new technique to study tissue samples in 3D has revealed that pancreatic cancers can start and grow in two distinct ways, solving a decades-old mystery of how tumours form.
We love hearing about the unusual and innovative ideas that our supporters think up to raise money for research - and Marion Platt from Urmston in Manchester is a great example!
Huge thanks to Victoria Lloyd, 16, of Worstead near Norwich, whose fundraising has topped £1,000 after having 12 inches of her waist-length tresses cut off in November.
BBC Cricket commentator, Mark Church, finished his mammoth 1,000-mile fundraiser for PCRF on 04 December, arriving at the Kia Oval from Lords to complete the 200th 5-mile run between the two iconic cricket grounds.
Will Chiles shares his family's harrowing story about the loss of his wife, Claire, and talks about his involvement with the charity.
After eight years of determination and adventure, intrepid Cambridge mum-of-two, Anna Gomori-Woodcock is celebrating reaching the £50,000 fundraising target she set herself, in memory of her mum.