Tabitha's Get Well Fund

Jessica Goddard, Claire Rutter, Leo Budd and Abigail Dow have been training very hard to run the Windsor half marathon on Sunday 24th September in order to raise money for treatment for Tabs.

Tabitha is not well and she is currently battling multiple illnesses. Her most recent diagnosis, and possibly the hardest for her friends and family to deal with is thyroid cancer.

Tabitha’s health started to deteriorate around 2013, and daily chronic head pain became the norm. Unable to work, she was forced to give up her job and life in London to move back home with her parents in 2015 who are now her carers. Tabitha has been on a rather bumpy medical journey unable to get appropriate diagnoses, and therefore no real treatment. In recent months through her own research and help from experts around the world she has decided to undertake multiple alternative treatments. These treatments are not available on the NHS and are therefore a great expense to her family.

So on September 24th we are running the Windsor half marathon for Tabs, because are fit and able, and hope that money raised can go towards making her well again!

Thyroid cancer-papillary carcinoma stage 1
Hashimotos thyroid autoimmune disease
Chronic Fatigue
Chronic Migraine
Adrenal Fatigue
Dependence on and withdrawal from antidepressant (Venlafaxine)

Therapies which she is currently paying for:
Multiple supplements
Special food
Homeopathy and Bioresonance scans

Therapies which she has been recommended and saving to pay for:
Home oxygen therapy
Medicinal mushrooms
Lymphatic drainage massage
Organic food
Biodynamic massage therapy
Ayurvedic therapy
Homeopathy and Bioresonance scans
Functional tests

We follow Camilla Hopkins who cycled the London prudential bike ride for her in July which many of you may have kindly donated to. Thank you.

  • Christina  
    • £50 
    • 26 mos
    • £100 
    • 55 mos
  • Clare Brennan 
    • £20 
    • 55 mos
  • Danny Nguyen 
    • £25 
    • 56 mos
  • Karen Atkinson 
    • £10 
    • 56 mos
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Organizer and beneficiary

Abigail Dow 
London, Greater London, United Kingdom
Tabitha Dow