Dr Victoria Shaw, Dr Melanie Oates and Debbie Devine from Molecular & Clinical Cancer Medicine
The Superlambanana has been painted bright pink and stamped with the Liverpool Cancer Trials Unit logo to mark the countdown to Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life season.
To further support the Cancer Research UK Race for Life, every female researcher from the Unit will take park in at least one 5 kilometre race between May and July.
Dr Melanie Oates from Molecular & Clinical Cancer Medicine said: “I see first-hand just how vital the money raised by the Race for Life events are to Cancer Research UK.”
Visit the Race for Life website to register for one of the events or to find out more about the charity.
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