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Caernarfon 5k 2018
20 May 2018

Sara and Anni Lois, Race for Life

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Sara Williams

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In memory of

Dad

15 Sep 1951 - 17 Feb 2018

Cafodd Dad canser am y tro gyntaf yn ol yn 2008. Mi ddoth trwy cemotherapi a llawdriniaeth yn dda a nol yn i'w waith o fewn tri mis. Ond yn mis Medi 2016 mi gaethom wybod fod y canser yn ol yn esgyrn i'w gefn. Chafodd radiotherapi ar 10 Tachwedd 2017, roedd Dad yn gael camera lawr yr 'oesophagus', yr un diwrnod oedd fy ngwr, Rich yn cael scan. Mi gafon nhw hyd i ganser ar y ddau ohonynt. Dad wedi dod yn ol yn yr 'oesophagus' a Rich gyda canser y ceilliau. 17 Tachwedd 2017 roedd Rich a Dad mewn yn Ysbyty Gwynedd yn cael llawdriniaeth, un ar ol y llall. Hyn i gyd yn digwydd pam oeddwni yn 6 mis disgwl. Dechraeodd Rich cemotherapi ar yr 8 Ionawr 2018 am tair wythnos. Erbyn hyn oedd Dad wedi bod mewn yn ward Alaw ers 8 wythnos, y canser yn ol ar y cefn yn effeithio i'w gerddad. 8 Chwefror 2018 gafodd Rich canlyniadau gwaed a oedd bob dim yn glir. 11 Chwefror 2018, mi gyrhaeddod Anni Lois am 15:34yp. Roedd Rich yn teimlo digon da ar ol y cemotherapi i fod yna i'r geni. Gafodd Dad ddod fynd o Alaw i weld Anni Lois am cydls. 17 Chwefror am 2yb mi basiodd Dad i ffwrdd yn Ysbyty Gwynedd ar ol 13 wythnos o fod yn glaf yno. ************************************************ Back in 2008 my Dad was diagnosed with Oesophageal cancer, he went through chemotherapy and had an operation. He was advised to take a year off work but he was back in work after three months. September 2016 we got told that the cancer was back in my Dad's spine. He underwent radiotherapy. 10 November 2017 Dad was having a camera down the oesophagus and my husband Rich was having a scan to see if he had testicular cancer. Both was diagnosed with cancer the same day. The cancer was back in my Dad's oesophagus. 17 November 2017 Dad and Rich was having an operation, Dad to have a stent put in and Rich to remove the tumour. All of this when I was 6 months pregnant. 8 January 2018 Rich started chemotherapy for three weeks, he stayed in Alaw Ward for three days. Dad was still a patient in Alaw, he had been in for 8 weeks. The cancer had come back on his spine and effected his walking. 8 February 2018 Rich had blood test, the results were clear and will be having these tests now every two months for the next year. 11 February 2018 Anni Lois arrived at 3:34pm, Rich felt well enough after the chemotherapy to be at the birth. My Dad was allowed to come up from Alaw Ward in a wheelchair and had cuddles with his first grandchild. 17 February 2018 at 2am, my Dad passed away in Ysbyty Gwynedd after 13 weeks of being a patient. Mae'n pwysig rhoi pres i achosion fel hyn. It's important to donate to these charities to find cures for this disease. Sara

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2018-05-27T15:18:37+00:00

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2018-05-21T08:50:55+00:00

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2018-05-20T16:28:16+00:00

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