Welcome to the Helen Feather Memorial Trust For Cancer Projects

20 Year Anniversary 
It is difficult to believe it is 20 years since my beautiful daughter Helen lost an extraordinary
10 year battle against cancer.  During her life she raised £300,000 for cancer projects and after her death we set up the  Helen Feather Memorial Trust for Cancer Projects.
20 years ago Professor Angus Dalgleish was researching cancer vaccines and immunotherapy while many doubted its success. Today it is one of the the major treatments for cancer.20 years ago it helped prolong Helen’s life. 
This is why on Helen’s special anniversary we have chosen to raise funds for the Professor again. Trials of drugs are very very expensive but vital so that everyone can benefit from the new treatments. We want to raise as much as we can so that the Professor can start a large trial on a drug that he very much believes in and has helped people already with their cancers. It is called Low dose Naltrexone (LDN and  It needs to be trialled so that it can be available to everyone with cancer. 
Please help by giving a sum of your choice and clicking  
 By giving £5. By texting HIGH5 to 70970 



The Trust was established as a registered charity in 2002 in memory of a brave and beautiful girl called Helen who died after an enormous battle against cancer.

The aims of the Trust are to support people with cancer and raise money for carefully selected Cancer Research Projects. We try always to give the money directly to the projects thus avoiding money being spent on administration or management. Before she died, Helen helped raise over £300,000 for cancer project including Clic, the CVI,
Gynaecological Research, Macmillan Nurses, St Michael's Hospice and The Barry Read Lab at Bart's Hospital.

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