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My target 33 miles
I'm Taking it On for Pancreatic Cancer UK
November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month and I am Taking It On.
Pancreatic cancer is hard for doctors to spot and there is no simple diagnostic test. More than half of people diagnosed with pancreatic cancer die within 3 months. Nigel lived for 14 months from the date of his diagnosis but that was after several months of tests.
Please support me and my fundraising. Together we can help fund vital research to help get closer to a breakthrough in early diagnosis.
Pancreatic cancer is tough but together, we’ll Take It On.
My donations have funded...
34 hours with a nurse on our Support Line
31 hours of early diagnosis research
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Reached 50% of goal
Reached 100% of goal
Funded 1 day of Research
Funded 2 days of Research
Funded 3 days of Research
24 a day ...
Thank you all once againAs I approach meeting my revised target of raising £900 for 'Take It On' in memory of my Nigel, I just wanted to say a huge thank you to all of you who have donated, including some people who haven't even met me. My heartfelt thanks to you all.
A bit of a change is necessary ...Hi All, just to let you know that I'm going to have to tweak the dates I do my 'Take It On' challenge as I have been called to hospital for a procedure in the first week. Typical! So, I'm going to start my challenge on Sunday 24 October instead, as I have to isolate before the procedure & will need possibly a couple of days afterwards. Share
Cass & Bill are getting ready for November
Thank you all for your generosityJust yet another 'thank you' for your support. Words from me are inadequate but apparently you, my friends, have donated enough to make a palpable difference to pancreatic cancer research. I am still still waiting for my registration pack but when it arrives I'll plan my walks & let you know.
The reason why ...Several months have passed since the awful day that Nigel died, after he deteriorated rapidly after Christmas. I now ready to raise money for Pancreatic Cancer UK in the hope that it helps them find a cure & stops so many other families having to go through what we went through, both Nigel & the family. We are convinced it was Felicity, our granddaughter, who kept him going so long, as he loved her so much & was delighted to discover he was going to be grandpa.
Thank you to my Supporters
Ellie & Matt
Del And Jan Robertson
Jane And Jez
Mrs H R Holt