Cancer survivors' share incredible journey

Meet two cancer survivors biking 3,500 miles from Canada to Florida, to raise funds and awareness for "Be The Match." About halfway through their trip, Bob and Annie talk to ABC News' Will Ganss.
2:24 | 07/12/19

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Imagine doing it toward a frogs then throwing in extra thousand miles and add 500 war preparedness. That's exactly what any live sits and fob falcon for curtailing the police to the journey is personal. Our our whole purpose. Is to. Two things one is to provide some money can match our hope and patience. There are going through the same process that frequent group. And that there is life after transportable. Bob in any both received lifesaving bone marrow stem cell transplants. Bob in 2009 at any a year later Bob it's been biking to raise funds for cancer research for a while now. Any wanting to join since she was in recovery until now joining Bob on this cross country trip his longest ride again. It's very good to have another transplant survivor world and iron girlfriends. It's just it's been a blood. They're starting line all the way back in Vancouver Canada this morning he's cancer survivors and drivers are in north Manchester Indiana. About 15100 miles away from their finish line in Florida. And the right hasn't been totally easy for me getting news and then did say he's out there right so I didn't set. You're mild day after day after day passing through mountains in the rain in the cold. Sixty mile high mountains it down now. Cell phone and immediately. Or fingers but for this determined duo it's all worth it. They're 3500 mile journey all in efforts to raise funds and awareness for be the match. Foundation delivering cures for blood cancers and their message to those who are in issues they were in just ten years ago. That being the era where he hurt so how he where. And it can PE. Going back to work. Or is he your kids to school for her walking around the block arms it doesn't he has ran his classes he never apple is it's. Happy healthy and hold Bob in any are looking forward to making a stop at Emory university hospital in Atlanta where they both got their treatments. And they're gonna visit with doctors and nurses and celebrate would be to match. And to register or to donate go to feed to match dot more clout or term I'm happy to match is so important Bobby Haney doing amazing work there incredible.

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