Page 7, 19th May 1967

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Page 7, 19th May 1967 — His friends hadn't realised he had cancer
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Organisations: Local Committee
People: Joseph Lockwood
Locations: Cali

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His friends hadn't realised he had cancer

The news shocked them, brought it home to them that it was time they did something to help cancer research.

The largest single promoter or cancer research in this country is the British Empire Cancer Campaign for Research, whose task it is to finance and coordinate worthwhile research in universitiesand research centres throughout Great Britain. It is a heavy task and help is urgently needed.

By simply taking up your pen you could help in saving countless lives and incalculable suffering, bringing the day nearer when the world will he free from cancer. A gift, a covenant or a legacy would be very gratefully accepted and made to work most effectively by Sir Joseph Lockwood, Hon. Treasurer, British Empire Cancer Campaign for Research, Dept. Cali, 11 Grosvenor Crescent, London SW1.— or by your Local Committee.




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