New! Donate by text message

At AMMF we are doing all we can to raise awareness and to encourage and support research into cholangiocarcinoma.  But we can’t do it without your help.  There are several ways to donate – on line via AMMF’s Justgiving page, or by cheque, but now you can also donate by text message.  Using JustTextGiving couldn’t be simpler. Your message must include the code AMMF 12 followed by the amount you...

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Marcella raises awareness!

AMMF supporter, Marcella Smith, who lost her husband Stewart to CC just last September, has vowed to do all she can to help raise the awareness of this ruthless disease. Two days in to Cholangiocarcinoma Awareness Month, 2nd February,  she did just that - listen to her moving interview on Annie Othen's programme on BBC Radio Coventry and Warwickshire. To hear the interview, click here - Marcella's inter...

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AMMF, CC and the Yorkshire Post!

Awareness Month got off to an excellent start with several press and radio interviews lined up, including one for the Daily Express. AMMF supporter and campaigner, Malcolm Robinson, was interviewed by the Yorkshire Post, and it was a real boost to the campaign to have the article appear in that paper on 1st February.   Many thanks to Malcolm for sharing his inspirational story. To read the story, cl...

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CC Awareness Month Press Release

AMMF has now circulated a press release throughout the UK, announcing that this coming February is Cholangiocarcinoma Awareness Month, and launching the charity's new CChallenge for 2012.  To download the press release, click here                 AMMF press release_Jan12  

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AMMF’s Latest Newsletter

To download a copy of AMMF's latest newsletter, click here          

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RCF Online Survey Request

Online survey: Improving outcomes for patients with advanced cancer The Rarer Cancers Foundation has asked AMMF to help with an on line survey – they want to do all they can to support the NHS in ensuring that people with rarer and less common cancers have the best possible care and treatment. To do this, they need to know more about people’s experiences and what they value when they have advanced f...

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AMMF joins Cancer52

AMMF is delighted to have become a member of Cancer52, the organization providing a “common voice for the less common cancers”. Cancer52 is so named because 52% of cancer deaths in the UK are from the less common cancers (although in 2010 this proportion increased to 53%). Despite this figure, the less common cancers remain severely under represented and under funded across all areas, including polic...

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Introducing AMMF’s Research Fellow

AMMF was delighted to report a few months ago that it had been agreed with Imperial College that the charity would fund a Research Fellowship for a year. Dr Abigail Zabron has now begun her research work and has written to AMMF introducing herself, describing what led her to embark on cholangiocarcinoma research, and outlining what she hopes to achieve.  I’m sure we all wish her the very best with her r...

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Risk Factors for Cholangiocarcinoma

The following is a brief summary of Tyson and El-Serag’s paper reviewing scientific literature up to and including March 2011, entitled “Risk Factors for Cholangiocarcinoma”, which was recently published in the journal Hepatology. (The following technical translation of the published paper has been prepared for us by Dr Ruth Corrigan MA (Cantab), and a link to download the full paper can be f...

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AMMF meets Imperial College Research Team

AMMF’s Imperial College Meeting Summary On Thursday 28 July, a gloriously sunny day in London, AMMF representatives, Helen Morement, Noel Corrigan and Dr Ruth Corrigan, met with the Imperial College cholangiocarcinoma research team to find out what is currently happening in the world of cc research. Imperial’s cc research team were out in force - Professor Simon Taylor-Robinson, Dr Shahid Kh...

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