Im sure everyone knows that cancer is a horrible disease that take the people we love the most from us. I have lost a few people to cancer. My Grandad was diagnosed in 2006 and battles his cancer every day. Unfortunately my uncle had the diagnosis of terminal cancer and seeing a fully grown man who would always do whatever it takes to take care of everyone else, can no longer even do this for himself. It’s heart breaking he had chosen to be home but he was exhausted and the family have been great sticking together taking in turns to stay and give him the support he needed Unfortunately I’m wasnt well enough to do this for him so wanted to help by raising some money for charity. So on February 6th 2019 I am going to (and hopefully rally others) to do a fancy dress walk from Glenrothes to Buckhaven which approximately a 10 mile walk. I wish I could walk further but this is taking the fact I have a bad back into the equation. If you could contribute to this cause it would really be appreciated even if all you can afford is a pound. After all this illness doesn’t just take the our friends and family away it takes every part of them and their dignity with it! Please share thanks so much x. Unfortunately on 23rd of December my uncle David lost his battle and to say the family is devistated is an understatement x
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