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How you can help ease cancer agony

PUBLISHED: 12:52 11 April 2003 | UPDATED: 13:43 03 March 2010

CANCER is a terrifying prospect but having more information is a major step forward to quelling the fear.

That is why the Cancer Campaign in Suffolk has been trying to raise £300,000 for a cancer information centre at Ipswich Hospital.

CANCER is a terrifying prospect but having more information is a major step forward to quelling the fear.

That is why the Cancer Campaign in Suffolk has been trying to raise £300,000 for a cancer information centre at Ipswich Hospital.

Today, we join their fight by launching the Star's Raise The Roof campaign to find the final £100,000 needed to start the building work.

Ipswich businessman Graeme Kalbraier was recently told he had prostate cancer but thanks to its early discovery he is now recovering. He knows how important it is to have professional information to help you through the minefield of options that await you.

Today, he adds his weight in support of the new service with a £1,000 donation to the Star's appeal.

Now we ask our readers to join us in our mission to get the money coming in to help boost this wonderful cause.

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