The children of a heroic mum, who died saving her baby son's life, will start the Redditch race for life in her memory.
Eleven years ago Cheryl Jalloh stopped her chemotherapy to ensure the health of her unborn son. Three weeks after he was born she passed away.
Tasha Jilka has become the face of race for life after she battled against negative comments about her face, which was rebuilt after cancer.Read the full story ›
Thousands of women have taken part in Race For Life at Cannon Hill park in Birmingham and Stoneleigh park in Coventry today.Read the full story ›
"I'm doing this for my friend Jen, who has passed away and for a friend's husband who is battling cancer at the moment."
– TRISH BEATTIE
"We're doing the Race for Life because I had cancer when I was 18.
"So I know how important it is to raise money for charities like Cancer Research.
I have also lost friends to the disease."
– ANDREA EMMETT
Hundreds of runners gathered in Nottingham today for Cancer Research's Race for Life.Read the full story ›
Isobel Bradley has undergone major surgery, but she's determined to run the race to inspire other women.
A woman who survived cancer three times is launching Cancer Research UK's Race For Life in Worcester.Read the full story ›