I was diagnosed in April 2019 with a 7.5 cm ductal tumour in my right breast.
I found this large lump in my sleep just 7 months from my last clear mammogram.
I’ve now completed my chemotherapy treatment, I’ve had one major breast surgery to remove my tumour and three lymph nodes only to find out I now need a mastectomy in the new year. Both Mel, myself and my consultant were gutted.
Had my mastectomy and the remaining lymph nodes from underneath my arm on January 7th. I now require radiotherapy.
My cancer is now stage4 treatable not curable as I now have secondaries in my spine, rib, pelvis, femur and pubic bone.
I’ve had femoral nail surgery on my femur and now learning to walk again.
I’ve met some fabulous strong people every time I’ve been on the chemo suite that are facing much worse eventualities than me.
Without the donations received by people like you new research may not be as readily available.
Melvin and I would like you to help us to give back a little to help future Breast Cancer sufferers.
Our aim is to raise awareness and help support others in similar situations.
*55,000 women get diagnosed with breast cancer each year in the UK.
*1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer at some point in their lives.
Cancer has been in my life a lot, both my parents had cancer at the same time back in the 80’s. Unfortunately my father passed away aged just 54yrs in 1984.
My mum however lives to tell the tale at 84yrs young.
I see this as just a blip in my life that I’ll look back on and wonder what happened.
Thank you for helping me to live my life as normal as possible whilst on this rollercoaster of a journey🌸💕
Thanks for taking the time to visit my fundraising page.
Cancer is happening right now, which is why I’m fundraising right now for Cancer Research UK. There’s no time to lose!
Donate to my page today and help bring forward the day when all cancers are cured.
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