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Brighton Pretty Muddy 5k 2019
29 Jun 2019

Jordan's Race for Life

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Jordan Walker

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I’m running this year for both my self and everyone who has been effected by cancer! Please help to beat this forever!

Almost everyone has been effected by cancer one way or another but you never really think it will be you that receives the news that will impact your life is such a huge way especially at the age of 26!

As some of you may be aware in December 2017 I had a very rare and very large malignant tumour removed. Needless to say the past 18months have been an emotional rollercoaster for myself, my family and close friends and without them I think I would have loads my mind at times.

I was one of the lucky ones and although we have had a few scares along the way I am proud to say my last scan indicates no evidence that it has spread. Even though I’ve been waiting for what seems like forever to hear those words it doesn’t stop there for the rest of my life I will have to have regular scans to check that it hasn’t come back and that takes a lot of resources. So I’m asking you all on behalf of myself and everyone else who has been effect by cancer to please donate as much or as little as you can afford to help care for the people trying to beat this disgusting disease and put stop to cancer forever!

Many thanks in advance
Jordan xx

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