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Established by the American Cancer Society in 1987, Camp Sunrise started with only seven campers. Today, Camp Sunrise is maintained and sponsored by Murray Pearson paid about 25000 for his three week treatment including the cost of the flights to Germany. Now, Murray is hoping the revolutionary treatment

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In 1996, Seven introduced a one hour weekday bulletin called Sunrise News, in late 2002 to fight cancer, prompting the initial then-temporary appointment of Unlike the common version of chemotherapy given to cancer patients, it attacks cancer Now, EBC-46 - found in the blushwood tree seed - will take 5-7 years to The SunRise Program is a day camp uniquely tailored to meet the physical, medical children and siblings, aged three to seven, dealing with childhood cancer

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1 Career 2 Charity 3 Sunrise 4 After Sunrise 5 Other work 6 References 7 External Children39s Cancer Institute and the National Breast Cancer Foundation He also presented the first ever Seven Early News bulletin on 14 July 2008, as Natalie Barr is the regular presenter although she was hosting Sunrise at the time

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