Mily's Feb' Fast - Sugar Slash!!

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Emily Ash

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I’m going sugar free, please support me

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Just over two years ago, someone extremely close to me was diagnosed with a rare type of cancer, that statistically effects less than 600 men every year in the UK. After a course of chemotherapy, radiotherapy, and several operations later, he is in remission.

My friends husband is battling with prostate cancer… my friends mum is still fighting breast cancer after I don’t know how many years…
When I was 11, my best friend died of leukaemia… our neighbours lost their fight with lung and testicular cancer…

Cancer effects anyone and everyone, directly or indirectly, of any age, gender, faith or orientation… it’s probably the one thing in this world that does not discriminate.

I am not an active or athletic person – which is not news to those that know me! I couldn’t run a marathon or swim the ocean or cycle 13 miles. So in comes ‘Sugar Free February’.

This February I’m ditching the sweet stuff and giving up sugar for a whole month, in honour and in memory to those people mentioned above, and to raise money for Cancer Research UK.

Please help me conquer my cravings if you can, by sponsoring me.

Thank you for reading! 

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