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CPM presents Cancer Council Merit Award 2015

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4. februar 2015

H.K.H. Kronprinsessen overrækker Kræftens Bekæmpelses Hæderspris 2015 i forbindelse med World Cancer Day. Skuespilhuset, København, kl. 18.10.

4 February 2015, 6:10 pm

HRH The Crown Princess presents Cancer Society Merit Award 2015 in connection with World Cancer Day,

at the Playhouse, Copenhagen.

http://www.cancer.dk/

http://www.worldcancerday.org/

More info from kongehuset

http://kongehuset.dk...haderspris-2015 (with photo from last year's award ceremony)

Cancer Council Merit Award 2015

HRH The Crown Princess on Wednesday, the 4th of February, 2015 presents the Cancer Council Merit Award for 2015 in connection with World Cancer Day.

The Cancer Council Merit Award is intended to honor a person, group, or others who have made a special effort in the cancer field, and to inspire others to give cancer patients optimal treatment, care or support. The prize is awarded in connection with the international World Cancer Day.

This is the third time that the Crown Princess is leading the award ceremony, which was first awarded in 2011.

The award ceremony takes place at the Playhouse in Copenhagen.

Live stream of the awards

http://www.cancer.dk...ersprisen-2015/

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From the Cancer Council's website

http://www.cancer.dk...nter-og-motion/

Article 'Researchers recieve Cancer Council's award for their work with cancer patients and exercise'

Psychologist and Senior Researcher Julie Midtgaard, Ph.D. and research physiotherapist and graduate in health sciences Morten Quist are recipients of the Danish Cancer Council Merit Award for 2015. Working at University Hospitals Centre of Health Research at Copenhagen University Hospital, their research is into cancer and exercise. They have helped to demonstrate that exercise has numerous beneficial effects on cancer, among others in the research into the effects on the body of physical exercise for patients receiving chemotherapy.They recieve the prize because they do not just settle for researching cancer and exercise, but also in their spare time created the framework for cancer patients to exercise together and challenge their own limits. The award was presented by Crown Princess Mary on Wednesday, the 4th of February at World Cancer Day.

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