Steven Andrews to cycle from Nadi to Suva to support his nephew’s treatment

Steven Andrews to cycle from Nadi to Suva to support his nephew’s treatment

By Mansi Chand
Sunday 05/03/2023

General Manager for Castaway Fiji, Steven Andrews has committed to cycle over 200 kilometers from Nadi to Suva to create awareness on cancer and also raise funds to support the medical treatment of his nephew.

Andrews says he is currently undergoing treatment at St Luke’s Hospital, Manila, Philippines.

He says that cancer is one of the main concerning non-communicable diseases around the world and the number of new cases is drastically increasing in Fiji as a result cancer is the third most common cause of death in Fiji.

Andrews says through this cycling event, the Fiji Cancer Society will be involved in creating cancer awareness sessions at 3 stop off points and will be highlighting on some of the preventable cancers, its signs and symptoms.

He requests if all sponsorship support and donations could be sent to BSP account number 84489060 under the account name Nadi We.

Part of the funds collected will also be donated to the Fiji Cancer Society.

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