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Barbara Lafford

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I’m going sugar free to raise money for vital research into the treatment of Pancreatic Cancer

In memory of

Stuart Lafford

03 Jan 1953 - 28 Aug 2016

Thanks for visiting my fundraising page. This February I’m ditching the sweet stuff and giving up sugar for a whole month to raise money for Cancer Research UK and helping to beat cancer sooner.

Sadly, I lost my brave brother Stuart to pancreatic cancer in August 2016, only three months after his diagnosis. Like many pancreatic cancer patients, his symptoms were incredibly difficult to diagnose and even then, after diagnosis, the cancer had already spread to his duodenum and liver. Please help me raise money to help fund vital research into finding a cure and/or treatment for this terrible disease and allow patients and their families a chance to regain their quality of life.

Please help me conquer my sugar cravings by sponsoring me. I am severely addicted to chocolate and sugar so by knowing I have support from family, friends and anyone else, I can combat 'Cold Turkey' in the knowledge I am raising money for such an important cause.

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Thank you all so very much x

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Mandy Jones



Good for you , well done , Mandy and Paul xx









+£5.00 Gift Aid

Love you Babs, know this is a tough one for so many reasons xxx

Total raised£60.00



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Pancreatic cancer

Survival rates for pancreatic cancer remain stubbornly low in the UK, often because the disease is diagnosed late and is difficult to treat. Help Cancer Research UK make progress in one of the biggest research challenges its scientists are facing – to find better ways to detect and treat the disease.