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On Sunday 7th June 2015 at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Teenage Cancer Trust and a few other charities held an event for patients and their friends/family to try new sports to encourage people to get active during/after treatment.
We are in Birmingham with Daniel who is a physiotherapist at Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Daniel’s role is to try an encourage young people to keep active throughout their treatment and takes us through a few of the exercises.
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