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Cancer service.

CANCER charities from across Merseyside are to unite for an ecumenical church service for those affected by the disease.

The fourth annual Pause for Hope service will be held at Liverpool's Anglican Cathedral at 3pm on October 13.

The idea originated from Professor Ray Donnelly, founder and president of the Liverpool-based Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation.

Other charities involved include the Alder Hey Rocking Horse Appeal, Clatterbridge Cancer Research Trust and Macmillan Cancer Relief. Prof Donnelly, said: ``It is marvellous that participation in this service has grown each year. So many people are affected by cancer in some way and it can be very difficult to cope. Turning to God can give consolation, peace and strength to deal with all the difficulties.''
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Sep 25, 2002
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