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Stan Walker New Takeover Tour 2018

Stan Walker New Takeover Tour 2018 - New Zealand

Its been a challenging time since 2016 when his Mum got cancer so the tour was cancelled and then last year he had his own battle with cancer and had his stomach removed ..

so it been an amazing journey but he is back.. !! His new music is amazing ..he is fit and healthy .. it’s a new season for him .. He is in huge demand right now ..

Stan Walker is back on the road performing 12 incredible shows across Aotearoa with his ‘New Take Over Tour’.Here is your opportunity to get up close and personal with Stan as he performs his new sound …his new music …Along with the music you all know and love, live in Concert in a town near you, this October & November. Tickets on sale from …

A portion of the ticket sales will be donated to the Otago University The Lab (Centre for Translational Research- Te Aho Matatu) research into the CDH1 Cancer gene that has affected Stan’s Family.

Professor Parry Guilford, Director Professor Biochemistry Cancer Genetics Laboratory University of Otago The Lab (Centre for Translational Research- Te Aho Matatu) is aiming to develop or identify drugs which can be used to eliminate early cancers in the stomachs and breast tissue of CDH1 mutation carriers. We believe that such drugs could be used to reduce or eliminate the risk of gastric and breast cancer in HDGC families. That would mean reducing the need for surgery.The Centre is a registered charity too-so you can get a third back on your tax! We could figure out a way to support Kimi Hauora once they get started on a project - but also use any donation to help with our drug development program.

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