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Shine London 2019 - Full Marathon
21 Sep 2019

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Emma Pratt

2019-05-07T12:40:40+00:00

Cancer has touched so many people in my life, through both my family and friends, most recently with the loss of my darling Dad only a month ago. It is a devastating disease that some have been fortunate enough to courageously beat and sadly other have not leaving those of us left behind devastated. More research is needed and I have personally chosen to honour everyone I know who has been touched by cancer with a personal challenge of walking 26 miles in one night to raise as much money as I can towards finding a cure for this dreadful disease. Please, please, please donate and help me and everyone else taking on this challenge to find a cure and save as many lives as we can in the future. Thank you so much

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Bowel cancer

Over the past 40 years there's been dramatic progress in tackling bowel cancer and half of people diagnosed will now survive for at least 10 years. But with bowel cancer still claiming around 43 lives each day, more research still needs to be done. Help Cancer Research UK find new ways to prevent, diagnose and treat the disease.