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July 13th, 2021 was the first time in my forty some years, I had someone really close to me say “I have cancer”.

I am an IT Executive, a little out of shape and looking to become healthier. My running career started with a short leg on a relay team participating in the Sinister 7 Ultra marathon in 2018. I then moved on to my first trail half marathon in 2019, it went okay.


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100% of the funds received are directed to research efforts at the Alberta Cancer Foundation.
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Like so many others, I have been touched on several levels by cancer. Friends, friend's parents, Aunts, Uncles, and my family. This is a small way I can help give back to the organization that works so hard for our community.
Here is a post directly from the Alberta Cancer Foundation's website. More information can be found at https://www.albertacancer.ca/our-purpose/ . "We bring together donors, patients, health care providers and researchers, because we know this is the fastest way to close the gap between diagnosis and cure. We are the official fundraising partner for all 17 Cancer Control Alberta cancer centres in Alberta, including the Tom Baker Cancer Centre in Calgary and the Cross Cancer Institute in Edmonton. Through this partnership, we are able to make the most significant impact for patients. From the outside, we may look like a charity. But we don’t think of ourselves that way at all. We certainly don’t act like a charity. We won’t invest your money, our money, or anyone else’s money in research initiatives or treatments, if there isn’t a clear line of sight to patient outcomes. We operate more like an investment manager, investing hundreds of millions of dollars in those initiatives that will provide actual, quantifiable returns: Cancer patients returning to their lives. Mothers returning to young children. Employees returning to work. People from all over our province returning, in the thousands, to their communities. What greater return on investment could there possibly be?"
Pronounced “Woon-yo” The Wunjo Rune is also known as Wyn. Joy – Pleasure, satisfaction, happiness, celebration, recognition of worth. The Wunjo rune is the calm after victory over an obstacle in your life. The Wunjo rune expresses the notion that true joy and satisfaction can only come after hardship. It represents a period of good fortune, happiness, and positive feelings.