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Write the text for a leaflet to persuade young people in your area to take part in a sponsored event for charity.

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Introduction

´╗┐Cancer Research UK. Would you like to help save thousands of lives this year? Why not help the UK?s largest and most popular charity organisation by running the marathon! Not only will you help our patients, but you will see our patients and see how hard it is for them to cope. ...read more.

Middle

You are probably thinking there is no chance you could complete a marathon, but there is! If running isn?t for you, then why not cycle or walk? Why should you do the marathon? Well you would be helping the best scientists in the world find new cancer cures. ...read more.

Conclusion

Fill it out and send it to us. Some of you may think this problem doesn?t involve you. One day someone you know may get cancer and may sadly die. The question is would you like to help prevent this and raise money so scientists can find a cure? In the UK, nearly 100,000 people die from cancer each year, we need your help! ...read more.

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