Bethan's Race for Life at Home

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Bethan Wood

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I'm taking part in a Very 2020 Race for Life to help beat cancer

In memory of

My grandma and my auntie Susan

I'm doing the race for life to help raise funds for cancer research so that they can continue their vital work towards finding a cure for this dreadful disease and also so they they can continue to help people living cancer and give them the support they need.
My grandma sadly passed away of a type of cancer called non hodgkin's lymphoma in 1993, before I was even born and eventhough I never met her, I do miss her and always wonder what life would have been like if she was still here. Unfortunately back then, eventhough it was only 27 years ago, they didnt have the resources or treatments that they have now, which is why I think it is important to raise money for such a good cause so they they can continue their research and one day we will beat cancer.
My auntie also suffered from breast cancer but fortunately due to the money raised and the research that cancer research have been able to carry out over the years, she survived and now lives a healthy life.
I run the race for life for my grandma and my auntie, eventhough their journeys had very different outcomes, it shows how the money raised by these events is helping push research forward and I know that one day we will beat cancer!

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