Walk All Over Cancer
March 2018

Sarah Walks All Over Cancer

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Sarah Hill

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In the matter of 3 days my lovely amazing mum Pam was diagnosed with ternimal cancer. Cancer of the brain, thyroid and pancreas. First sign she was poorly was literally week before Christmas. She felt sick and dizzy so was treated for vertigo because these were the only symptoms she presented with..Two weeks before Christmas we were out having a Christmas lunch laugjing and joking. We are all still in shock.
My mum has terminal cancer. No cure only palliative care and treatment to hopefully prolong her life so we get to love and cherish her a while longer. Please donate so that hopefully one day no one goes through the pain of losing a loved one to this horrble cruel.disease. We are losing a wonderful mum, nana, great nana, aunty, friend ........ my best friend. My family are absolutely devastated. Please please donate.

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