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Nurse takes on cycle challenge for Cancer Research

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Jessie Huang from Fairfield in Liverpool, is returning to Taiwan to take part in the challenge of a lifetime in November 2010, when she will cycle the length of the country.

Ms Huang is looking for more participants to sign up and join her on the unique adventure to help cancer sufferers in the north west.

The Taiwan cycle ride is part of local charity’s Clatterbridge Cancer Research’s celebration of 30 years of fundraising for cancer research in the North West.

She decided to raise money for the charity after seeing flyers advertising the event at the Royal Liverpool Hospital where she works as a research nurse in the Department of Clinical Biochemistry and Metabolic Medicine.

Jessie says: “This is a really exciting opportunity. I currently cycle to and from work everyday for around 30 minutes, so hopefully I should be in good shape before the start of the event.  The cycle ride is a great opportunity to raise money for a fantastic local charity so I do hope some other kindred spirits will come forward and join me.”

To book a place or for further information call 0151 343 4300 or email

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