Sarah takes on the London Marathon 2024
+ £279.43 Gift Aid
2022 London Marathon
In memory of
Chris was diagnosed in October 2016 with Testicular Cancer at the age of 40. Unfortunately, when diagnosed, the cancer had already spread to his liver, lungs and brain. He underwent 4 months of chemotherapy in Singleton Hospital but it failed to work effectively. Chris was then referred to Hammersmith Hospital in London to be treated with high dose chemotherapy and immunotherapy which lasted 7 months. Sadly, on 28th September 2017, Chris lost his battle against cancer and passed away peacefully 11 months following being diagnosed. He was a very healthy and fit person but this disease was just too big for him to overcome. His loss has had a devastating affect upon his family and friends so i am running the 2023 London Marathon in Chris's memory and in celebration of his life. Cancer is still having a profound effect of thousands of people every year, which is why I’m raising money for Cancer Research UK. There’s no time to lose! Donate to my page today and help bring forward the day when all cancers are cured.
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