Community Conscience

Posted:
29
October 2007

The Facts

  • Breast cancer is the second most common cancer in the UK after non-melanoma skin cancer and over 44,100 new cases are diagnosed every year
  • Breast cancer claims the lives of 12,500 women each year in the UK. Men can also get breast cancer but it is rare (around 335 cases are diagnosed each year)
  • Of those women diagnosed with breast cancer today, two-thirds are likely to survive for at least 20 years
  • For more information please visit http://www.breastcancercare.org.uk/

Our Money

  • It is hoped that the money raised by Richmond Pharmacology will help to improve the survival rates of women with breast cancer for years to come
  • Richmond Pharmacology Ltd is pleased to have raised over �120 for breast cancer
Some of the Richmond Team
Some of the Richmond Team

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