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Port Moody man gets behind Ride to Conquer Cancer (SPH)

Port Moody's Graham Fenn is preparing to participate in the ride to conquer cancer as a way to give back. Photo courtesy of Mario Bartel / The Tri-City News.
Port Moody's Graham Fenn is preparing to participate in the ride to conquer cancer as a way to give back. Photo courtesy of Mario Bartel / The Tri-City News.

For a guy still going through chemotherapy treatment for colorectal cancer, riding 220 km with his butt perched on a hard bicycle seat seems an unlikely way to spend a weekend.

But for 35-year-old Graham Fenn, participating in the Ride to Conquer Cancer is an important milestone on his road back to health.

But last Family Day weekend, Fenn was stricken with stomach pains so bad he went to St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver to get them checked out.

The diagnosis of colorectal cancer was a shock, Fenn said.

Read the full story in the Tri-city News.

 

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