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Walk All Over Cancer
March 2019

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In memory of

Sohan Singh Sohal

02 Feb 1940 - 13 Mar 2019

Thanks for visiting our fundraising page.
On 20th December 2018 my father Sohan Singh Sohal was diagnosed with Advanced metastatic melanoma; a huge shock for him and the family as a whole. Since then we have done all we can to help him and whilst he felt fit, the reality was that he was very poorly. My daughter Esha wanted to do something to help others facing cancer and so we both embarked on this challenge.

I'm sad to say that on the 13th of March her grandfather finally succumbed to this awful disease, although he never gave up and fought bravely to beat it.
I would like to thank all the people who have already donated and would encourage anyone thinking of donating to donate as little (or as much) as you can to help find cures and more timely prognosis.

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