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About the campaign

Our Sydney City2Surf run is raising funds for the Pacific Islands Cervical Cancer Screening Initiative (PICCSI).

Fiji, along with other Pacific countries, has a high burden of cervical cancer.
The annual mortality rate from cervical cancer in Fiji has increased by 44.1% since 1990. This is partly due to the low rate of effective cervical screening across the region.
The lack of well-trained local pathologists available means that results can take up to 8 weeks and can be inaccurate.
The PICCSI program aims to address this through provision of HPV screen with results and treatment the same day, community education, training of local clinicians, and influencing the Ministry of Health to provide increased funding ongoing.
For more information on PICCSI, click here.

City2Surf is the world's largest fun run and has been held in the harbour city since 1971. Our runners this year will be covering the full 14kms on August 14 to raise money for PICCSI. For more information on City2Surf click here.

Our 2022 runners:

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Michael Burke 

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John Gumbley 


Michael Gumbley

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