National media briefing: Prince Harry and Walking with the Wounded, Target Ovarian Cancer, World Cancer Research Fund and Action Clean

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Prince Harry has hinted that he would like to be involved in an expedition to Mount Everest for Walking with the Wounded, following his recent walk with injured servicemen on part of their trek for the charity to the North Pole.  

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Cancer charities including Target Ovarian Cancer have welcomed new guidelines recommending that GPs offer more blood tests in an effort to detect the condition earlier.

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The World Cancer Research Fund has revealed that consumers can buy their five-a-day for under 50p, especially if they eat fruit and vegetables that are in season.

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Young offenders are being given the chance to find work by a Leicestershire company called Action Clean, which has been set up by local charities to offer cleaning jobs to people leaving Glen Parva young offenders institution.

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