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Phil fund raiser... Brain tumor patient
£40 raised
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4 Years running
Philip has battle cancer for nearly is years. He has a brain tumor which five years ago he had it debulked and had intense radiotherapy, he then last October found out it had grown again and had to start chemotherapy he had just got married to Sam, ...
Philip has battle cancer for nearly 6 years. He has a brain tumor which five years ago he had it debulked and had intense radiotherapy, he then last October found out it had grown again and had to start chemotherapy he had just got married to Sam, they had only been together 8 months when they got married but live or each other. Philip was told he would become infertile through his treatment which was heart breaking to the couple as this was Philip last dream to be a dad. The following week a miracle happened as Sam found out she was pregnant what a miracle. Philip had four months of chemotherapy and then had his treatment stopped as he was too ill to continue. Philip had a scan in march and has just found out the chemotherapy didn't work and in fact he as another tumor growing too. His specialist has told him to live these is weeks and do all his bucket list as there is only one dose of chemotherapy left to offer him. There daughter is due over the next week or so nd we are looking to raise money for Philip to do his bucket list which includes taking his daughter to Ireland, zorbing and clay pigeon shooting and leaving his daughter something for later in life. Friends and family have arranged several fund raiser events including a sponsored walk, fund raiser night pie and pea supper, 20/20 cricket match and Zumbathon. Please donate anything you can to help Philip carry out his bucket list and thank you..
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