Sandgrounder Andy Winn bike ride raises £456 for Kidscan Children’s Cancer Research

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Sandgrounder Andy Winn bike ride raises £456 for Kidscan Children’s Cancer Research

Sandgrounder Andy Winn has just completed a 20 mile bike ride in memory of Ronald Garner (his boss’s father).

He completed the ride with his friend Billy Hamilton raising £456 from sponsors in Southport, Peter Marsh Packaging, and The Latham Club, in Seaforth.

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About Kidscan

1 in 500 children will be diagnosed with cancer in the UK this year. Tragically, 30% of these children will not survive. Through groundbreaking research, KidsCan is striving to reduce that figure but your continued support is vital. Who we are KidsCan Children’s Cancer Research Centre was established in late 2002 to specifically support research into new and improved treatments for children with cancer. Our scientists are looking for treatments which are less damaging to the bodies of children and young adults. They aim to reduce both short and long term side effects whilst retaining the effectiveness of many current treatments.

The work carried out within the KidsCan laboratories covers a range of activities from basic research into new treatments, through to applied research focused on improving the outcome of therapies currently used in the treatment of children with cancer. Our aims are simple: • To cure more children with cancer. • To improve the treatment of children with cancer. • To develop new treatments for childhood cancer. • To be a source of information about childhood cancer. How we are funded We receive no statutory funding. We rely entirely on contributions from the public, volunteers, businesses and funds generated through KidsCan events for our groundbreaking research to continue.

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