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November 2019

Ann's Veg Pledge

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Ann Chamberlain

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I'm going vegetarian this November to raise money for Cancer Research UK

Thank you for visiting my Cancer Research UK Veg Pledge page. This November, I will be going vegetarian to raise money for Cancer Research UK. The money I raise will help fund life-saving research to bring forward the day when all cancers are cured. Please show your support with a donation to my page.
May 2012 I was given 5 years to live when I was given the diagnosis of CML( chronic myloid leukaemia) Without research into cancer and the drugs that can fight this awful disease I wouldn't be here. I opted for a drug trial, the computer chose which drug I would take between imatinib and dasatinib. It chose dasatinib which was the newer drug. 5 years down the line and I got to undetectable which is the best place for us with CML to be. There is no cure for CML undetectable is as near as it gets. Even bone marrow transplants done always work. CML is caused by a gene mutation so is quite different to other types of leukaemia. I'm trying this vegetarian challenge for a month because i'm not really much of a veggie eater so maybe this will make me eat more healthily.

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