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Posted November 05, 2004 by publisher in Cuban Healthcare

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Richard Ferrer | Totally Jewish

A cyclist from Pinner (England) plans to make a wheel difference to children suffering from cancer and leukemia when he sets off on a sponsored bike ride across Cuba next month.

Michael Decent will begin his 260-mile cycle challenge along with nine other riders on Christmas Eve, and hopes to raise up to 5,000 for the charity Cancer and Leukemia in Childhood.

The 27-year-old said: “I have never done anything like this before, but I can think of no better challenge to push myself to the limit while helping raise money for children with cancer.”

Michael, who has previously run the London Marathon, will set off in Havana, spending five days peddling on roads and paths on his way to his final destination of Trinidad. The money raised will fund specialist who care for children suffering from the diseases at home and in hospital.

  1. Follow up post #1 added on September 18, 2006 by hadi

    waw   waw waw i am so impressed and i am ready to take such a must challange in my life ,, i l be grateful if someone provides me with such information how i can raise fund for cuban children


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