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    The Scottish Cancer Foundation Charity Dinner: Reflections from the Chef

    Brian Maule, chef at the outstanding Chardon d’Or restaurant in Glasgow where the Scottish Cancer Foundation charity dinner was held on 5th October, has shared his reflections on the event.  We are very grateful for Brian’s magnificent contribution, not only in preparing a wonderful dinner, but for his commitment to

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ASH Scotland today (1 April) launches a ÒChildrenÕs CharterÓ to highlight the goal of creating a tobacco-free generation in Scotland by 2034.
Formally known as the Charter for a Tobacco-free Generation, itÕs aimed at organisations working directly or indirectly with young people and families and puts the focus on ScotlandÕs ambition to achieve an adult smoking rate of 5% or less in 20 yearsÕ time.
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    Anti-smoking campaigner wins top award

    An anti-tobacco campaigner who has played a leading role in reducing the harm caused by cigarettes in Scotland has been honoured by the Scottish Cancer Foundation. Sheila Duffy, the chief executive of ASH Scotland, is this year’s recipient of Scottish Cancer Foundation prize which recognises individuals who have made an

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