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Author Archives: Elise O'Kelly

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Gemma & Noah cancer free for Mother’s Day

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Paediatric nurse Gemma Edgar, 31, was diagnosed with an aggressive brain tumour in 2014, after initially being told it was only a migraine.  Her sons, Dylan and Noah, were just two years and eight weeks old at the time. Devastated, … Continue reading

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Remembering Ryan Taylor

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Today, as his family and friends say goodbye to him, we remember brave supporter Ryan Taylor, 26, through the personal account of Brain Tumour Research team member, Susan. Not long after I joined the PR team at Brain Tumour Research … Continue reading

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Daniel Burridge – In Hope

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Daniel is the youngest of three children with an older brother and sister. In his last year at Dr Challoner’s Grammar School in Amersham, Daniel is studying for A’ Levels in Further Maths, Physics and Geography, having already taken Maths … Continue reading

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Two minutes with… Professor Geoff Pilkington

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What’s the first thing you do in the morning? Groan, look at The Times online, then panic about how much I have to fit into the day!

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Paul Daniels – In Our Hearts

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World-famous magician Paul Daniels was 77 when he died just weeks after being diagnosed with a glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) brain tumour. He passed away at home in Berkshire, with his wife Debbie McGee at his side. Debbie chose to share … Continue reading

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