About Us

All Of Our Profits Given To Cancer Charities.

Compare For Cancer is a not for profit company raising funds for Cancer Charities.

We are looking to hopefully raise a substantial amount of funds each year from people using our website. Helping people save money on their quotes and raising funds for Cancer Charities.

Our website is free and you can help make a huge difference to Cancer Research and Welfare.

It is an unpleasant fact that 1 in 2 of us will hear the words ‘you have cancer’ in our lifetime. Your support will mean, in future, more of us will be able to say, ‘I survived’. The earlier we can diagnose cancer, the more lives we can save.

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Give us a chance of finding a better quote and helping to raise funds towards finding a cure for cancer.

All Of Our Profits Given To Cancer Charities

Compare For Cancer is a not for profit company raising funds for Cancer Charities.

We are looking to hopefully raise a substantial amount of funds each year from people using our website. Helping people save money on their quotes and raising funds for Cancer Charities.

Our website is free and you can help make a huge difference to Cancer Research and Welfare.

It is an unpleasant fact that 1 in 2 of us will hear the words ‘you have cancer’ in our lifetime. Your support will mean, in future, more of us will be able to say, ‘I survived’. The earlier we can diagnose cancer, the more lives we can save.

Find A Better Quote

Give us a chance of finding a better quote and helping to raise funds towards finding a cure for cancer.

Information About Cancer

We want to see people with every type of cancer get the same chances of living a long life.

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Fifty percent of people diagnosed with cancer today will survive their disease for at least 10 years, according to figures published by Cancer Research UK on 29th April 2014.

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In the early 1970s just a quarter of people diagnosed with cancer survived 10 years.

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Women with breast cancer now have a 78 percent chance of surviving at least a decade, compared to our 40 percent 40 years ago.

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Each year more and more people are diagnosed with cancer, we believe no one should be diagnosed too late for their life to be saved and effective treatments should be available to every patient, no matter what type of cancer they have.

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Ten year survival for men with testicular cancer has jumped from 69 to 98 percent since the 1970s and for people diagnosed with malignant melanoma, the most serious form of skin cancer, 10 year survival has leapt from 46 to 89 percent.

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But it’s not all good news, just 1 percent of pancreatic cancer patients and 5 percent of lung cancer patients diagnosed today are expected to survive 10 years.

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Saving more lives from all cancers, including those that are hard to treat, is the focus of Compare For Cancer.

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Ensuring cancer patients are diagnosed at the earliest possible stage of the disease, when treatment is more likely to be successful.

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Survival from oesophageal cancer is still far too low at 12 percent, although 40 years ago it languished at around 4 percent. Brain tumour survival is also very low at just 13 percent, despite more than doubling in the last 40 years.

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Fifty percent of people diagnosed with cancer today will survive their disease for at least 10 years, according to figures published by Cancer Research UK on 29th April 2014.

Cancer icon

In the early 1970s just a quarter of people diagnosed with cancer survived 10 years.

breast cancer icon

Women with breast cancer now have a 78 percent chance of surviving at least a decade, compared to our 40 percent 40 years ago.

diagnostic icon

Each year more and more people are diagnosed with cancer, we believe no one should be diagnosed too late for their life to be saved and effective treatments should be available to every patient, no matter what type of cancer they have.

skin icon

Ten year survival for men with testicular cancer has jumped from 69 to 98 percent since the 1970s and for people diagnosed with malignant melanoma, the most serious form of skin cancer, 10 year survival has leapt from 46 to 89 percent.

pancreas icon

But it’s not all good news, just 1 percent of pancreatic cancer patients and 5 percent of lung cancer patients diagnosed today are expected to survive 10 years.

saving lives icon

Saving more lives from all cancers, including those that are hard to treat, is the focus of Compare For Cancer.

cancer icon

Ensuring cancer patients are diagnosed at the earliest possible stage of the disease, when treatment is more likely to be successful.

lung icon

Survival from oesophageal cancer is still far too low at 12 percent, although 40 years ago it languished at around 4 percent. Brain tumour survival is also very low at just 13 percent, despite more than doubling in the last 40 years.