Kurdistan Region to enter Guinness Book of World Records

4/2/2020 12:41:00

On the occasion of world cancer day, a marathon will be held in Sulaymaniyah city of the Kurdistan Region to support cancer patients, in which the world's longest Ribbon will be presented.


Today, AVI Organization for Health Awareness and Development will hold a marathon in Malik Mahmood Street of Sulaymaniyah, to raise awareness and support cancer patients on World Cancer day.


During the Marathon, the World's Longest Cancer Ribbon will be presented, which is 7,288 meters long.


A representative of Guinness Book of World Records will be present at the marathon to put the Kurdistan Region into the Guinness Book.


Many health organizations mark the International Cancer Day on February 4th of every year, to raise awareness to put an end to the injustice of suffering from cancer and find ways to reduce the global burden related to the spread of cancer.







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