You can help.
Donate to the Paul Taylor Charity Fund and help research into an earlier diagnosis of lung cancer.
In April 2015 my husband, Paul, passed away after a short battle with lung cancer. He was 57.
In 2016 fifteen of Paul’s friends and family formed the Paul Taylor Charity Fund. Our sole aim is to continue Paul’s legacy of strength and determination, raising money for a great cause.
During Paul’s treatment we met Professor Josep Sule-Suso through his pioneering research project into diagnosing lung cancer through breath analysis.
The research, if successful, could lead to the invention of a simple test, which would allow a far earlier diagnosis of lung cancer – automatically improving prognosis.
The test would be much less invasive than existing methods and results would be available in minutes; not days or weeks as is currently the case.