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Ludwig Cancer Research had a stall at the Aylesbury relay for life event in Aylesbury Rugby Club on Saturday 5th July 2014.

Relay for life is a 24 hour 'relay' where groups take turns walking around the track. As well as the main event there are entertainment stalls which participants can enjoy when not walking.

Ludwig volunteers, Emma Fenech, Marsha Wallace and Xiao Qin spent the afternoon talking to cancer survivors, patients and their friends and families at the event as well as playing the Ludwig cancer card game.

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