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Mum is always my motivation, the people who are battling with this still and their loved ones.

In memory of

Valerie Ann Bunic

I thought my mum would get better because no matter how ill she was, she kept her humour and dignity. Then I knew what it really felt like to lose someone. So OK, orange is not the easiest colour to wear but once people have stopped laughing and you don't care what you look like anymore, go with it! I’ll be wearing my brightest orange outfit on one day, to help raise money for Stand Up To Cancer’s life-saving research, where super-brain scientists speed innovation into tangerine...I mean tangible treatments, like a cancer drug that acts as a ‘freeze ray’ and a way of making cancer cells self-destruct.
Donating through this page is simple, fast and secure-your details are safe with Cancer Research UK. So thank you, thank you, thank you for your support. (Even if you don't wear orange)

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100% of the money you raise goes towards speeding up life-saving research. Every day, scientists and researchers work tirelessly to beat cancer. But lab researchers will not get us there alone. Every penny raised helps speed up breakthroughs in the lab, transforming them into new tests and treatments for patients who need them. The research you fund will help us see 3 in 4 people in the UK survive their cancer by 2034.