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Ann Swadden – In Hope

Posted on by Elise O'Kelly

Ann was 24 and had been married to Alan for less than a year when she was diagnosed with a brain tumour. In March, National Brain Tumour Awareness month, she will undergo a craniotomy procedure to remove the low-grade glioma. … Continue reading

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Poppy Eden – In Hope

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Poppy’s brain tumour was overlooked on no less than 22 medical appointments. Eventually diagnosed after an MRI scan, she was rushed in for emergency surgery at the age of ten. She missed Wear A Hat Day last year as she … Continue reading

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Mahendra Mehta – In Our Hearts

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Devoted grandfather, father and husband, Mahendra Mehta dedicated his life to his family and charitable causes and was looking forward to retirement when he was unexpectedly diagnosed with an aggressive brain tumour. He underwent months of gruelling treatments, before lapsing … Continue reading

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Nicki Waterman – In Our Hearts

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Nicki Waterman, one of the UK’s foremost fitness experts and The Sun columnist, was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive brain tumour in 2015. Pioneering immunotherapy treatment prolonged her life and she was able to see her son marry and … Continue reading

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Garry Christian on why he supports Brain Tumour Research

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Thirty years after their double-platinum debut album, Liverpool band The Christians – famous for hits like “Forgotten Town”, “Ideal World” and “Born Again” – are coming to Milton Keynes for a sold-out gig at The Stables tonight. Singer Garry Christian … Continue reading

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