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Cancer charity seeks donations

We are deeply saddened to hear that James Bond actor Sir Roger Moore has died after a "short, but brave" battle with cancer, aged 89.

As one of the UK's leading cancer charities, our thoughts are with his family, friends and fans.

Around 352,000 UK people face cancer annually and over 2.5 million live with, or beyond, the disease, expected to become four million by 2030.

With over 36 years' experience, Penny Brohn UK's pioneering Bristol Whole Life Approach recognises that cancer impacts every aspect of a person's life.

We focus on the person and family's health and wellbeing before, during and post-treatment, to help them live as fully as possible for as long as possible.

Penny Brohn sees this as the future of healthcare and an alleviator to the NHS. We want to reach as many people as possible, but rely on donations.

For more information, call 01275 370100, email, or visit


Chief executive, Penny Brohn UK

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