Cancer Research UK has launched the UK's first set of customised charity stamps. The set of four reflects the different faces of the charity - celebrity patrons, science and research, cancer survivors and fundraisers. One stamp shows football star Bobby Moore who died of bowel cancer, and whose widow runs the Bobby Moore Fund for Cancer Research UK. Other stamps feature Nobel Prize winning scientists Paul Nurse, the current chief executive of the charity, and Dr Tim Hunt, head of cell cycle control, to represent the advances made by the charity in cancer cell research. Also pictured is Hannah Tonkin, a young girl who recovered from cancer of the eye, and a stamp showing fundraisers from around the UK who have raised thousands for the charity.

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