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Shine Liverpool 10k 2019
31 Aug 2019

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+ £218.75 Gift Aid

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147% of £600.00 target

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please read my story thank you

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Myself and Katie are doing a night walk for cancer research and I have chosen to find for ovarian cancer as most of you know my mum was diagnosed with this silent killer! My mum was given the all clear only to find out that the cancer had come back and spread to her lungs kidneys pelvic wall and other parts! Our lives where turned upside down with this heart breaking news that my beautiful strong willed mum who has never been sick in her life was now terminally ill!!! Ovarian cancer is a silent killer by just listening to her body she knew something wasn’t right as her bowel movements has changed which is a sign so mum booked in for a colonoscopy in the place she has worked for over 35 years the
Doctor who performed the procedure I will forever be greatful too mr rag! Knowing my mum so so well he knew mum needed a ct scan as my mum being who we all know and love never ever complains about being sick etc rag knew something wasn’t right! And he was right mum had ovarian cancer!!

Being diagnosed with cancer was the
Biggest shock I have ever experienced in my life I mean this was my mum a woman he is never ever I’ll and is so so strong nothing ever beats her!! But unfortunately with this horrible horrible disease there is even after being givin the all clear the is always a chance it can come back even with all the chemo mum had to go through it this horrible nasty cancer came back!!!!

Mum is still with us after two stays in Marie curey with doctors telling us she only had 2 days to a week left with us was devastating for us as a family but to this day 3 weeks later my amazing mama is still FIGHTING HARD!!!! And is coming home in Monday!!

Us as a family have been through and still our going through the toughest times in our lives but our mum is still here an I couldn’t ask for anything more!!

Only one thing tho please please find it in your hearts to donate to mine and my sisters page with Katie being under the age of 18 it has to be in her mums name.. like I said this cancer is a silent killer let’s rise as much money as we can to fund research for the deadly disease.

Just to mention all my friends and wonderful family thank you all so much for helping us all through the worst time in our lives we all love you very much thank you XXXXX

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Lucy Comerford

2019-12-02T21:07:18+00:00

£160.00

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From the foghertys gang

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Lucy Comerford

2019-09-08T18:57:00+00:00

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Sue

2019-08-31T22:20:02+00:00

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Well done girls! Xxx

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Lucy Comerford

2019-08-13T14:16:39+00:00

£40.00

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Kenny and Marion x

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Lucy Comerford

2019-08-13T12:08:53+00:00

£25.00

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Lucy Comerford

2019-08-08T12:59:04+00:00

£40.00

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Cause

Ovarian cancer

Ovarian cancer is the fifth most common cancer in UK women, with more than 130 women every week told that they have the disease. It is often not diagnosed until it has spread, making it harder to treat. Help Cancer Research UK find new ways to detect ovarian cancer earlier and find better treatments.