Reporting during the challenging Covid-19 pandemic
Following a year within which the world suffered the Covid-19 pandemic and the charity made great strides to create partnerships and links to the US to further its ability to fund research, the report reflects the challenges and the bold responses to ensure that research continued to push forward.
This is the second year we have produced the report for PCR. We have been working with PCR for the last two years developing their brand and during this year we rebranded them complete with new name and new logo.
Throughout the design of the report the new look and feel of the brand has been applied.
The front and back of the report features the science as the charity's starting point and the patient as end beneficiary. See the full report.
The actions taken by the charity to mitigate Covid-19's impact on the research projects are clearly stated.
Addressing the need to shift targets and innovate to overcome new needs is detailed comprehensively.
The report signs off reiterating the need for innovation and flexibility to push foward with research.
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