1 Mar 2017

Fitbit Challenge March 2017

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Donna Thomson

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I will walk at least 10k steps daily in March to raise money towards the research of ovarian cancer.

In memory of

Jeanette Thomson

When I saw this challenge I decided to sign up for it as walking 10k steps per day it is a personal goal I have this year and now it's an opportunity to raise a little money for Cancer Research UK.

I've haven't set an extreme target in monetary value as I don't want to pressurise people into making large donations but anything you donate will be going to a great cause.

I chose my donations to go towards the reasearch of ovarian cancer as this is one of the hardest types to detect and it is also the type of cancer that my mum lost her life to after a 5 year battle when she was only 53 years old.

I won't elaborate on my mums story but the one thing I will say to all the ladies reading this is:
*Please remember to go for your regular checkups from your doctor*

Now for the part from Cancer Research UK ⬇️

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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.