Join Team Beat Blood Cancer
Anthony Muscara has been battling Chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) for the past 6 years. A very rare form of blood cancer that sees around 330 people in Australia diagnosed every year.
And although Anthony has been fighting his own fight, last December he took part in the Spartan Melbourne City Sprint.
In his words “I decided to dedicate my Spartan Race in support of the Leukaemia Foundation and the life-changing emotional and practical support they provide to Aussie families as they face the daily obstacles a blood cancer diagnosis presents. If I can do it so can you!”
Sign up now at spartan.leukaemia.org.au. Use the code TBBCAU to save 10% on your race rego!Posted on March 12th, 2020
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