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Our Christmas Hope

Crystal and Richard


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Aaron died at the age of 24, four years after being diagnosed with a brain tumour. One of his operations lasted four-and-a-half hours and removed 90% of the tumour.

His first scan at Christmas 2013, was clear. Unfortunately, by December 2015 the family received the worst possible news, this scan showed the tumour had returned and was growing.

Crystal told us: “A brain tumour robbed Aaron of the prime of his life and robbed me of my sunshine. It is so painful to think he saved me by giving me something to live for and yet, 24 years later, I was unable to save him.”

Crystal and Richard want something positive to come from losing Aaron.

By donating to help Brain Tumour Research this Christmas, you will also be giving hope to all families affected by this devastating disease. 


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