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Order print copies of patient guidesYour referral explained: You have been referred to a sarcoma specialist centre to investigate your symptoms.
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Giant cell tumours (GCT) are benign (noncancerous) tumours that develop in the bone.
UPDATE: January 2019 - please see announcement regarding olaratumab.
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Sarcoma UK's print publication with stories and news from the sarcoma community.
Publication Date: Monday, Jan 5, 2018
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Print this poster to advertise your Big Picnic!
Our top tips to help you organise your fundraising event.
Our top tips to help you get the most out of your fundraising for your challenge activity.
Matt Pullen, running coach, shares his top tips as you approach the final six weeks of your marathon training.
Matt Pullen, running coach, shares his top tips for the final few weeks before your marathon and on the big day itself.
Matt Pullen, running coach, gives his top tips for starting your marathon training.
Matt Pullen, running coach, shares his top tips for mid-way through your marathon training.
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This factsheet outlines the key statistics and facts about sarcoma in the UK. It should be useful for journalists or anyone promoting awareness.
Print your own Big Picnic bunting and cake flags!
Tips and ideas to make supporting family and friends running the Virgin Money London Marathon easier.
Simple and effective fundraising tips to help you collect sponsorship and donations.
Use this Word document to tell your local newspaper/radio or TV station about your fundraising idea or story for maximum impact.
This promise outlines the commitment made to donors and the public by fundraising organisations which register with the Fundraising Regulator.
Make a regular donation to Sarcoma UK.
Download our sponsorship form and start fundraising today. Remember to ask your donors to fill in their full address & postcode so we can claim an extra 25% in Gift Aid.
UK taxpayers can add an additional 25% to their donations at no extra cost. Complete and return this form.
Edit and print your own Sarcoma UK poster for your event.
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Discover how to raise funds for Sarcoma UK and get advice on everything from choosing an event to getting support.
Your Handy Guide for Organising Balls & Dinners is a guide full of top tips and things to think about whilst planning your fundraising ball, dinner or event.
Stuck for ideas? Have a look at all of the possibilities for fundraising.
Sarcoma UK's GP sarcoma diagnostic toolkit contains simple yet effective tools outlining the signs and symptoms of soft tissue sarcoma and guidance on how to refer patients to sarcoma specialist he
Sarcoma UK's GP sarcoma diagnostic toolkit contains simple yet effective tools outlining the signs and symptoms of bone sarcoma and guidance on h
Sarcoma UK's GP sarcoma diagnostic toolkit contains simple yet effective tools outlining the signs and symptoms of soft tissue sarcoma and guida
Sarcoma UK's GP sarcoma diagnostic toolkit contains simple yet effective tools outlining the signs and symptoms of sarcoma and guidance on how to refer patients to sarcoma specialist health services for diagnosis and treatment.
Diagram illustrating the cycle of scientific and medical research, a constant generation of ideas and hypothesis to test and gather knowledge and evidence.
Sarcoma UK's Principles of Peer review.
Being able to measure and demonstrate the value of Sarcoma UK’s work to the sarcoma community, whether that’s to supporters, donors, clinicians, researchers or anyone affected by sarcoma is invalua
Our latest Annual Report is where you can read in detail about our achievements over the past year, how we've used your donations, and our plans for th
Sarcoma UK is the only cancer charity in the UK focusing on all types of sarcoma.
Our latest Annual Report is where you can read about our achievements over the 2016/17 year, how we used your donations, and our plans for the future.
Our latest Annual Report is where you can read about our achievements for the year, how we used your donations, and our plans for the future.