An intrepid team from Audible.co.uk will conquer the three highest peaks in Scotland, England and Wales - Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike, and Snowdown, inside 24 hours (or so). All funds raised will go towards supporting children and families affected by and fighting pediatric brain cancer via a charity that was a great help to Eva and her family http://www.abbiesarmy.co.uk/
DIPG is an inoperable brainstem tumour that sits in the pons controlling breathing, swallowing, talking, and walking. In the UK it affects 30-40 children a year, usually aged 5-9. DIPG has a 0-1% survival rate, and median survival is 9 months after diagnosis. Treatment for DIPG has not progressed in the last 50 years due to lack of research funding. Today there are a few doctors and researchers who are dedicating their careers to finding a cure.
Here's a piece in the Daily Mirror that Abby's Army managed to place to raise awareness of the disease. Eva's Mum and Dad - Emma and Dean contributed to it, as a warning it is very tough read and has some distressing images.
Thankyou for any donation you can provide.
- Gillian Maranga
- Chris Avello
- Rachel Munns
- Katie Arlett
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