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2008 Leukaemia Awareness Campaign March. Belgrave Square near the Ghana High Commission, via Parliament Square, St Thomas Hospital, London South Bank University.
   
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Beverley De-Gale and Orin Lewis of the ACLT regret to announce the death on Wednesday 8th October 2008, of their son Daniel De-Gale, aged 21 (born 14th March 1987).
   
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DWIB Leukaemia Trust engaged in the first event for the year 2008 on 15 January at the Calvary Baptist Church near the Kwame Nkrumah Circle in Accra. The event was a lecture on Leukaemia, and was delivered by Dr. Ivy Ekem who is with the Heamatology department of the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital and member, Board of Trustees of DWIB Leukaemia Trust.
   
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The late Mr. Danny Whyte, Founder and Executive Director of DWIB Leukaemia Trust has been laid to rest, Friday 20th July 2007, at Osu Cemetery, Accra, Ghana.
   
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The Board of Trustees of the Danny Whyte and Ivor Buford (DWIB) Leukaemia Trust announce with profound sorrow, the passing of their Founder and Executive Director, Mr. Danny Whyte, in London on Tuesday May, 22nd 2007.
   
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Alpha Bikers are hosting they're fourth annual charity motorcycle ride from Lodon to Lydd
   
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DWIB has carried out a half-day’s Seminar on issues related to Leukaemia, ultimately geared towards the education of media personnel in the capital to enable them alert and enlighten the public on the disease in order to save lives.
   
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As part of its commitment to making a life saving difference in the lives of people suffering from leukaemia, the Danny Whyte- Ivor Burford (DWIB) Leukaemia Trust has handed over 3 refurbished isolation rooms for the treatment of leukaemia patients at the KorleBu haematology department on Thursday 18th January, 2007.
   
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Look out for the new and exciting Ambassadors DWIB contest coming to a campus near you!
   
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The Board of Trustees of the DWIB Leukaemia Trust is deeply saddened by the death of Sussuanah Owusu-Appau, the second-year student of the University of Ghana, who had been suffering from Leukaemia.
   
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