I always remember when I was young when adults spoke about cancer you knew someone who knew someone who'd been affected. Maybe it was just a case of being young! However I feel now it's a case that every family has at least one person or a few family members that have fought their brave battle whether they've won or lost. It's a disease that doesn't discriminate against ethnicity, being young or old, male or female.
Any little amount you can afford to give to help with the research required as every pound makes a difference.
I'm doing the 5k pretty mudders in September in memory of my Nanna, my Uncle Paul, my Auntie Elaine, Uncle Rubber & Mark's Mum Anna. All missed tremendously 😢. It's also for all those that are battling now on their cancer journey.....stay strong! 💪💓
Cancer is happening right now, which is why I'm taking part in a Race for Life Pretty Muddy to raise money and save lives.