Explore Beijing & the awe-inspiring Great Wall of China, in an unforgettable 9 day adventure. Trek along restored & crumbling sections before climbing 'Heaven's Ladder'.
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The Great Wall began life in the 5th Century BC and stretches 6000km across China. This trek is an opportunity to experience the depth of history of this magnificent feat of engineering - but also the wider culture of China.
You'll trek through varied landscapes from woodland and terraced farmland to the beautiful hills and mountains north of Beijing. The fabulous scenery as you follow both old and restored sections of the wall will inspire you on this physically demanding trek.
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Funding medical research projects to secure a future without prostate cancer.
The mission of PCRC is to develop new therapy for men with advanced prostate cancer. The immediate goal is to increase survival and our vision is a cure for the disease.
The Prostate Cancer Research Centre is the only charity solely focused on funding world class scientists developing new treatments for advanced prostate cancer.
Prostate cancer is the most frequently diagnosed cancer in men. Over 11,000 men die every year in the UK and the number increases every year.
Advanced prostate cancer is treated with hormone therapy, developed in the 1940s. Hormone therapy is still the primary and most effective treatment for advanced prostate cancer. Consequently, survival rates have improved little over the last 70 years. New and more effective therapy is urgently needed.
We are dedicated to improving the survival of the next generation of men and better treatment can only come through research.
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