3 years after my diagnosis, I am running the Virgin London Marathon for CLIC Sargent! 🏃🏽♀️🎉💪🏻
CLIC Sargent are the UK's leading cancer charity for young people. Their vision is to change what it means to be young with cancer by providing vital emotional, financial, and practical support during a very scary and worrying time for both the child and their family and close friends.
On 4th April 2015, I was diagnosed with a Stage IC1, Mucinous Adenocarcinoma (ovarian cancer) at the age of 19 after the testing of my tumour was sent back positive.
As well as raising money and awareness for CLIC Sargent to help support young children and adults with cancer, alongside my fundraising I also aim to promote awareness of ovarian cancer (especially in younger women) it's symptoms, diagnosis and treatment by sharing my story and speaking to anyone who is willing to listen.
My journey with CLIC Sargent has changed me. Fighting cancer isn't just about surviving, it's also about coming out the other end being a tough little cookie with the future you deserve right in your grasp.
Please help me make this a reality for other children and young adults just like me.
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THANK YOU! 🙌🏻🎗🎊