Using this thread as a continuation of my post in the 'Newbie' forum...Here:
For those who read my story in the 'Intros' section you may already be aware, but for those who didn't here's a re-cap:
At the start of this year a hockey colleague of mine's Father was diagnosed with a very aggressive brain tumour. (Glioblastoma Grade IV). That stunned us all as he's a fit and active 40yr old who looks after himself well and is rarely ill. He’s currently receiving a mixture of radiotherapy and chemotherapy at James Cook University Hospital however the Oncology team are uncertain of how effective this treatment will be. Also due to where the tumour is situated he wont be able to receive any more 'conventional radiotherapy'. The only alternative option he has been given is to use a new radiotherapy treatment known as 'Cyber Knife' treatment which is more accurate. The problem being that this is not available on the NHS. Therefore, he has asked as many people as are willing to take part in the RHM to help raise £22,000 so that his Dad can undergo further treatment. Otherwise...well...you know...
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