Debbie was first diagnosed with aggressive HER2 breast cancer in 2014. After chemotherapy treatment and a mastectomy we believed she was in remission. When Debbie was rushed to hospital in 2016, with what was initially thought to be a series of strokes, tests showed that the cancer had spread to her brain.
Over the last 3 years Debbie has been an inspiration to many in her continued fight against this awful disease. She has undergone gruelling treatment from Chemotherapy to Cyber Knife
To keep Debbie alive it costs us on average £5500 per month. This doesn’t even take into consideration the amount we would need to raise to get her to America for the Car-T treatment which is Debbies ultimate goal, not only for herself but to open up this possibility for all those that are having to go through this horrific disease without a hope to hold onto.
A group of Debbie's friends are undertaking a 6 day walk along the Essex Way to raise money for Debbie's treatment and awareness of those like Debbie who also suffer with secondary breast cancer.
The Only Way is the Essex Way!
Fundraising team: The Only Way is the Essex Way (6)