In June we travelled to Edinburgh to represent the North at Amphora’s ‘Our Air Quality, Our Food, Our Health: Amphora and Human Health’ two-day conference.
Amphora is a 3-year research project about human health, nutrition and air pollution from agriculture.
It’s run by a team of researchers and is funded by the National Institute for Health Research.
Hive Cancer Support is proud to be part of this important piece of research which has important implications.
The conference was a fantastic opportunity to meet with experts in this field.
Maureen Collins, our Project Manager and Jacquie Loughrey, our Education and Prevention Officer also had the chance to share their knowledge and our groundbreaking approach to Cancer prevention with delegates from across Britain.
Being part of projects like this is also an important part of the lobbying and campaign work that is central to Hive Cancer Support.