Tenovus Cancer Care

Tenovus Cancer Care 43 Whitchurch Rd, Cardiff CF14 3JN, UK


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In 1943, Tenovus was founded by ten businessmen initially funding a wide range of projects in the local area. In the 1960s, Tenovus embarked on a project which was to influence our work for the next 50 years. We built the Tenovus Institute for Cancer Research in Cardiff which carried out vital research into the causes of cancer.

Since then, we have concentrated our efforts on cancer and are now recognised for our pioneering work.

Our scientists helped develop the use of Tamoxifen, now used worldwide to treat breast cancer, and Zoladex which treats prostate cancer.

We have funded research projects that are unique and diverse, but each share a common goal; to improve the lives of people affected by cancer and prevent cancer from occurring in the first instance.

Alongside our ground-breaking research, we have developed a system of cancer support services to help cancer patients and their families, when they need it most, including our free Support Line (0808 808 1010), which is open 365 days a year.

In 2009, we developed further innovations to the support we offer cancer patients and their families with ourĀ Mobile Support Unit which brings cancer care to the heart of the patient’s community.

Finally we run several Sing with Us choirs across wales which are fun, uplifting and friendly, and are open to anyone affected by cancer whether you’re a patient, survivor, carer or someone who has been bereaved through cancer.

Give Hope. Help Cope.

Estyn Gobaith. Estyn llaw.

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