In July 2014 our world was turned upside down when Steven McCreight - a much loved son, brother, nephew, cousin and friend - was diagnosed with oesophageal cancer at the tender age of 28. (The photo was taken just two months before on holiday.)
Five months later, in December 2014 - following a period of unsuccessful tube feeding and chemotherapy - he underwent an operation to remove the tumour. The following month, in January 2015, he got the all-clear from cancer. We thought that’d be the end of it.
But fate had other plans.
One and two-thirds years later, in September 2016, his cancer came back with a vengeance - it was terminal. Because the cancer was so far advanced, treatment was not possible. Nearly six weeks later Steven passed away at the tender age of 30.
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