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Author Archives: Natasha Pile

A legacy of hope

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An appeal by Judith McMahon: “My husband John was looking forward to retirement when he was diagnosed with a brain tumour. Defying all expectations, he lived for another three years before I lost him.  I have rewritten my Will to include a … Continue reading

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Top Chefs Support Host for Hope 2015

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We are extremely pleased to announce three fantastic new recipes for our 2015 Host for Hope campaign! Haute-cuisine treats provided by the collective talents of Antonio Favuzzi and Luca Terraneo, Head Chefs at stylish London eateries L’Anima restaurant and L’Anima … Continue reading

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Cat Anderson – In Hope

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In August 2014, a CT scan revealed that Cat, aged 36, had a brain tumour.  A follow-up MRI scan led medics to think it was benign and that it could be completely removed, however, following surgery and a biopsy the … Continue reading

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2015: Closer To A Cure

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As we settle back into the routines of daily life after the Christmas and New Year break and we ponder our hopes and fears for 2015 I thought I would remind you of our absolute dedication to our vision of … Continue reading

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Andy Burnham announces plan for Cancer Treatment Fund

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The Labour Party has pledged to increase the budget of the Cancer Drugs Fund from £280m to £330m, if elected in next year’s General Election. Labour says it will continue the work of the Cancer Drugs Fund and will expand … Continue reading

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