Cancer

19 April 2010

His brother's keeper

A young man decides to push himself to the limit for the sake of his brother’s health and wellbeing, and he's taking to the roads of South Africa to do it.

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Marc Bainbridge, a 28 year old South African is cycling from Nelspruit to Cape Town, a total of 3 000 km to raise funds for his 30 year old brother, Craig, who has been diagnosed with gastro-oesophagal cancer, and also as a fundraiser for other cancer patients.

Departing from Nelspruit on the 12th of April, this journey will take Marc about 5 weeks to complete.  Meet Marc and read more about the project on his Believe Rider blog.

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CANSA’s purpose is to lead the fight against cancer in South Africa. Its mission is to be the preferred non-profit organisation that enables research, educates the public and provides support to all people affected by cancer. Questions are answered by CANSA’s Head of Health Professor Michael Herbst and Head of Advocacy Magdalene Seguin. For more information, visit cansa.org.za.

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