Right now I have a whole pile of blog articles backed up that I’m in the middle of writing. This post jumped the queue because it is by far the most important.
Leukaemia and other blood cancers are the main cause of cancer death in the under 35s (a demographic of which I am sadly no longer a member, but some of my best friends are under 35). Leukaemia itself is the most common form of cancer in children in the UK.
On 13th July – only three weeks away – I will be taking part in the 2008 London Bikeathon, cycling 26 miles (about 42km – coincidence? I think not) through East London and out the other side. And back.
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