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TEE OFF TO SUPPORT BREAST CANCER RESEARCH

 

This October, Lady Golfers in the South East of England are invited to tee off to support Imperial Cancer Research Fund’s pioneering research into breast cancer. The charity is part of the international drive to raise awareness of the disease, and to raise funds for the research into finding new answers to the causes, prevention and treatment of breast cancer.

American Golf (UK) with the support of Coca-Cola Enterprises Ltd, is hosting an event on 2nd October at Pyrford Golf Club in Woking, Surrey, Pyrford Golf Club is one of the 20 golf clubs that American Golf (UK) currently owns and operates. “We are delighted to have the support of the golfing community” said Jools Trait, Breast Cancer Awareness Month co-ordinator for Imperial Cancer. She adds: “Our special thanks to American Golf (UK) for their support and the chance to launch what we hope will be an important and enjoyable annual event in which women at any level can take part.”

Imperial Cancer recently announced a 30% fall in premature deaths from breast cancer in the UK, thanks to early detention, prompt surgery and drug treatments such as Tamoxifen. The largest cancer research institute in Europe, the charity receives virtually no government funding and relies almost completely on voluntary funding from individuals and companies.

To take part, contact American Golf (UK) on: 01344 457 559. Alternatively, email info@americangolf.uk.com

 
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