Anne Kiltie Wins Flame of Hope Award

Anne Kiltie has won the Research Engagement Award in the 2015 Cancer Research UK Flame of Hope Awards.

The awards are bestowed annually by Cancer Research UK to honour and celebrate the outstanding achievements of their truly inspiring supporters. Anne’s exciting research into bladder cancer has formed part of an ongoing CRUK Citizen Science Project, in which a mobile game ‘Reverse the Odds’ has been developed. The game, where members of the general public analyse research results, has been a huge hit, with nearly 3.5 million slides having been analysed to date.

Anne received her award from Michael Pragnell, Chairman of Cancer Research UK, at an awards ceremony in London on 5th June.

You can contribute to furthering research into cancer by downloading the Reverse the Odds app and playing the game.

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