Reading Time: < 1 minute The Grand Charity has awarded a £100,000 grant to the Cancer Genetics team at the University of East Anglia to help fund research that will focus on distinguishing between aggressive and non-aggressive forms of the disease. Lead researcher Professor Colin Cooper explained that a critical problem in clinical management is an inability to distinguish this at the time of diagnosis.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Tuesday 7th June saw the official preview event for a sparkling new Airbus H145 helicopter The Yorkshire Air Ambulance service has just purchased this wonderful addition to their service which will officially go into service over the summer.Raising the necessary £6 million for the helicopter has taken some time, helped in no small part by … Read more
Reading Time: 2 minutes In 2015 The Freemasons Grand Charity has, once more, awarded grants totalling £192,000 to the Air Ambulance service throughout England and Wales. A cheque presentation on behalf of the Grand Charity to the Yorkshire Air Ambulance Service took place on 18th May 2015 at the Air Support Unit at Nostell Priory, near Wakefield. Malcolm Dabbs … Read more