Tag: Brain Tumour Research
A Bedfordshire family has taken on a Walk of Hope, inspired by their daughter who was diagnosed aged 13 with a brain tumour, to raise funds to help find a cure for the disease.
Caroline Watson of Cranfield, now 26, was diagnosed with a brain tumour on her pituitary gland after her mother finally managed to persuade doctors to take her worrying weight gain and growth seriously.
Along with her parents, Lisa and Mark, and partner Jack Mizen, Caroline walked 10 miles from Flitwick, where her mum and dad live, to the ruins of Houghton House in Ampthill and backRead More
Postie, who stopped breathing for four minutes when he had a seizure just after brain tumour diagnosis, to take on Walk of Hope
A postman who is living with life-changing effects after being diagnosed with a rare brain tumour is taking on a Walk of Hope to raise funds to help find a cure for the disease.
Father-of-three, Matt Shanley, 46, will take on the challenge event with his wife Julie, 36, a civilian working in the Thames Valley Police control roomRead More
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