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Te Aho World Ride

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Circumnavigating the world by bicycle to beat the record and to raise funds for cancer research

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Cancer Awareness Research

Andrew Nicholson, Olympic athlete and current NZ distance record holder, has ridden around the world in as short a time as possible (123 days).

He rode in support of cancer research group CTCR - Te Aho Matatu.

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Translating research into Health

We're bringing about rapid improvements in cancer outcomes by addressing defined clinical problems. Our research is accelerating the development and testing of new drugs and diagnostic tools that directly assist clinicians and their patients.

  • $6,041.00 donated
  • 92 generous donors

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This cause page was created on 06 Jul 2015 and closed at 23:59 NZST (UTC +12:00) on 07 Feb 2016.

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