I have got a form of Non Hodgkin Lymphoma, I was diagnosed in Sept 18 and after a rocky road to diagnosis, my family and I have been amazed at the treatment that I've received. At every appointment and every session we have been in awe of the people who have worked on just the right cocktail of drugs for me and my cancer to be delivered in just the right way or at just the right time and the incredible machines and tests that I have undergone that have helped track my progress along the way.... We don't yet know the results of all this hard work but I do know that I feel a lot better and my family can see the huge improvement from this time last year and that I've been given the best possible chance of making a full recovery thanks to all the treatment available. I want to give back and help to continue the fight so that more and more people will be cured from cancer, one way in which I can help is to raise money and awareness for the people that are so clever to enable them to continue finding cures, treatment and machines to this horrible disease that affects so many and is indiscriminate of age... So this March, I am walking at least 10,000 steps a day throughout the month to help beat cancer sooner and Clare has decided to join me. Help us Walk All Over Cancer and fund life-saving research by sponsoring us.
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