It's Shit, Lets help fight it

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Gemma Philp

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I would love there to be a day when we are not so scared of Cancer and everything that goes with it.


We all know there are no good words that will ever come to mind when someone you love tells you they have Cancer. I have only ever managed to phrase 'It's Shit'!!

Along with many families I know, my family has also had many occasions where the words 'It's Shit' has been forced from my mouth all because I can not think of any other words to say when it comes to cancer.

As we all know I don't drink a lot so the challenges to not drink for a month really wouldn't challenge me, but I do eat and Sugar is in a hell of a lot of foods both processed and natural. So I plan to do my research on what I should and should not eat and give this challenge my full attention and effort.

I know times are very hard financially for many of us, but even the smallest of donation to such a wonderful charity would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks for taking the time to read this guys, much love xxxxx

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Becca Sexton



Well done Gemma, you did amazingly well.
Love Lesley & Becca xx


Sarah Nixon



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Well done Gemma and Darren, really proud of you both for doing this challenge, really good to raise awareness of this xxxxxxx


Carol Follows



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Good Luck





You don't need sugar anyway Gemma - you're sweet enough! Lots of love, Daisy xxxx

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