Ndola, Zambia

Ndola, Zambia is a community deep in Africa where the Reverend John Enright and his wife, Kendra, are making a vital, ongoing difference in the lives of thousands of African people.

Having served in Central Arica since 1977, the Rev. Enright has been a missionary with the General Board of Global Ministries, of the United Methodist Church. Additionally Jon is the director of Wings of the Moring Aviation Program, of the North Katanga Conference, and is also the director of the Kafakumba Training Center.

Rev. Enright’s tireless work over the past 30 years covers a wide range of activities and efforts on behalf of the Ndola people. By extension his work is aiding a broadening scope of African people across this vast continent.

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Answer For Cancer Tour 2011


MISSION: To raise awareness for cancer prevention by:

** Educating on ways to adopt a truly healthy lifestyle.

** Educating on how to reduce or eliminate cancer-causing exposures.

** Educating about natural options for cancer prevention and treatment.

THE RIDE: To accomplish the mission, Jason Bosa and Lori Bryan will be embarking on a 65 day, 20,000 mile endurance motorcycle ride where they will visit 48 states and 10 provinces in the US and Canada. Dr Christina Tondora will accompany in the chase vehicle, keeping the riders hydrated and healthy as well as educating at the various events and functions. The ride begins in Vancouver, Canada in June, 2011 and is scheduled for completion by mid August 2011 with a return destination of Vancouver.

Why the Answer for Cancer Tour?

• The National Cancer Institute estimates that 80-90% of all cancers can be attributed to environmental factors: the foods we eat, physical factors, biological factors and exposure to chemical contaminants.

• Since 1950, the overall cancer incidence has increased by 44%; the incidence of breast cancer and male colon cancer by about 60%.

• In Canada, statistics released by the Canadian Cancer Society in May 2010 show that cancer now accounts for about 29% of all deaths in the country – the number one cause of death.

• In the U.S., many cancers are also on the rise and according to the U.S. National Cancer Institute’s Surveillance Epidemiology & End Results (SEER) database, 1 in 2 men will likely develop invasive cancer and 1 in 4 will likely die from it. For women, 1 in 3 will develop cancer and 1 in 5 will likely die from it.

• According to Dr. David Agus of Navigenics and www.oncology.com, there was virtually no change in the cancer death rate between 1950 and 2001, despite billions of dollars spent on finding a cure.

ACT believes that cancer isn’t an inevitable disease, but rather something that can be prevented through lifestyle choices and education.

Help us by becoming a sponsor of the Tour or by donating to one of the two organizations that share our vision: Don’t YOU think it’s time to ACT?