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 DANDENONG Rotarians will do their bit to beat bowel cancer throughout May.
Trevor Harding lost his 38-year-old niece Debbie Greer to the disease almost 20 years ago.
He’s helping others avoid her fate by running a project that offers discounted Bowelscan kits at Dandenong pharmacies during May.
Participants post their completed kit for testing, following the directions included.
Kits are available from Terry White Chemists in Dandenong Plaza, Dandenong Central Pharmacy on the corner of Walker and Langhorne streets and Chemist Warehouse Dandenong on Lonsdale Street.
Call Mr Harding on 0409 797 730 for more information.

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