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Rugby 5k 2019
22 Jun 2019

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Aiste's Race for Life

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Aiste Gudleikyte

Total raised

£25.00

+ £0.00 Gift Aid

25 Complete
25% of £100.00 target
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I'm taking part in Race for Life to raise money to beat cancer

My mum Liudmila, has been diagnose with kidney cancer sins 2012. She had kidney operation and lost one kidney, she has recovered but the cancer has left his stamps in other organs liver,lungs. She has been put on chemo tablets. The treatment has worked over the years until last year.Her results are improving in a bad way and the tablets stopped working,she got new chemo tablets but they haven't worked and made her more ill. My mum had a scan as usual every 6 month and again results are not great. Mums doctor asked to have 1 month brake and then come back to her for last chemo tablets in January 2019. As i live in UK my mum stays back home in Lithuania some how i have managed talk her round and come over for Christmas and New Year to spend with as. It was nice to be all together again and cherish the moments with the loved ones. She is about to leave in 2 weeks time and the scary moment is that i my not going to see her again. Race for life made me wanted to start do something about it and support charity like Cancer Research UK and help in any little way as possible. Hope my work pay out to the other people who are suffering and beating this nasty disease.

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Sandra

2019-01-12T17:20:57+00:00

£5.00

Anonymous

Anonymous

2019-01-10T16:12:16+00:00

£20.00

Total raised£25.00

Online£25.00

Offline£0.00

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