My fur baby Max and Me

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Michelle Burford

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I'm walking 62 miles with my dog in October

Thanks for visiting my fundraising page. This October, I’m walking 62 miles with my four-legged friend to help raise money for Cancer Research UK. Please show your support and help fund life-saving research by making a donation to my page.

As all that know me know I am a survivor of breast cancer (19years on Oct 3rd) although I have the faulty BCRA 2 gene…so basically, my cancer was hereditary from my fathers side..through me having the test & finding these results it enabled other family members to get tested & to take action ( if a positive result of having the gene of having preventative surgery to lower the risk massively of them getting breast/ ovarian cancer) there are other close family members that did test positive and more family members will go on to have the test.. so….Cancer research and the funds continually raised really do help save lives as without this knowledge myself and people very dear to me may not be here to tell the tale!!

I also have some very dear friends that have gone and are still going through cancer treatments and I know for sure that all of you reading this have been affected in some way by cancer…. So PLEASE help me to do my/our bit and donate to help stop this evil disease for our future generations.

Thank you xxxx

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