Earlier this week, Jessica, Charley’s wife, and Harriet, her sister, presented Sarcoma UK with £60,000 to set up Charley’s Fund. The fund will directly support Sarcoma UK’s cutting-edge research programme which includes projects that focus on new treatments such as immunotherapy, which Charley was personally interested in. It will also support research looking at how a simple blood test could be developed to identify genetic markers for sarcoma. This could make diagnosis quicker and easier, and lead to more effective treatments.
The approval of a new treatment for soft tissue sarcoma by NICE has been hailed as a “major breakthrough” by the cancer charity Sarcoma UK, which played a leading role in the effort to have the drug approved.
Fashion designer and resident beauty columnist, Sali Hughes has launched and designed her version of Lisa Macario's 'Girl Power' sweatshirt. The words, Lipstick, Literature, Liberalism are written in italics across the chest.