Get involved in Liver Cancer Awareness Month

October is Liver Cancer Awareness Month and an opportunity to raise vital awareness and funds to improve early detection of the disease.

Liver cancer rates have more than doubled in 30 years and every year 6,000 people are diagnosed in the UK.  Sadly, just 12% of people diagnosed with liver cancer will survive for more than five years.

It is vital that we raise awareness to find those at risk to improve early diagnosis.

You can help by raising awareness in your community or workplace, fundraising and sharing your story.  You can also help us by making a donation.

Or why not raise funds in your coffee break at work? It's quick and easy to organise, and the first 24 people to sign up will bag themselves a free eco-friendly bamboo ecoffee cup too.

Raising just £60 at your coffee break could help us support the 16 people every day who are diagnosed with primary liver cancer – that’s 6,000 people a year.

If you'd like to take part and get a free Coffee and Natter fundraising pack, let us know in the short form below.

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