‘His legacy lives on’: Toronto woman runs at Terry Fox 2013 for the cure

By Beth Jarrell, Centennial Journalism

Although it was her first time participating in the Terry Fox Run at Woodbine Beach, Toronto resident Laura Lenehan was all smiles as she stretched in preparation for the run. It was only her second run for cancer research, but Lenehan, a seasoned runner, came prepared.

Lenehan (L) and friend Lauren (R) at the Terry Fox 2013 run at Woodbine Beach

Lenehan (L) and friend Lauren (R) at the Terry Fox 2013 run at Woodbine Beach

Running for her grandparents, who died from cancer, Lenehan tells Centennial Journalism’s Beth Jarrell why Terry Fox inspired her to run for the cure, and why she believes cancer research is important for all Canadians. Listen here.

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