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Closed 30/03/2016

raised of £1,000 target by 4 supporters

    Weʼve raised £65 to help fund research and support for sufferers

    Aldershot, United Kingdom
    Funded on Wednesday, 30th March 2016

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    Superficial Siderosis is a rare and until a few years ago untreatable, neurological condition. It's a cruel, survivors' disease in that many of it's suffers have already lived through strokes or brain bleeds only to be diagnosed with this degenerative condition sometimes decades later. We need to raise money for drugs and further research, raise awareness and support sufferers and their families.



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      • Jon


        Mar 18, 2016

        Good luck Paul


      • Juliet


        Mar 18, 2016

        So proud of your journey from non-runner to half marathon-er! Best of luck - you'll smash it!


      • Anonymous


        Mar 12, 2016

        Thank you for helping us to fight against this horrible condition. Big Respect. :)


      • Anonymous


        Feb 29, 2016

        Good luck Paul. Well done on doing this for such a great cause.


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      Paul Banfield

      Paul Banfield

      Aldershot, United Kingdom

      I'm a professional software engineer, and have spent most of my 41 years on this earth sitting down. Last year I decided to get out of my chair and take up running. Now, I am training for my first half marathon on 20th March to raise money for The Silent Bleed.

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