Marian Dye

 

Marian Dye first started to get symptoms in 1988. For nine years she visited doctors who put her headaches down to a variety of reasons. Finally, in 1997 she was diagnosed and in 1999 she had an operation to remove a brain tumour. Since then she has lived life to the full caring for her deaf and blind husband, going to work, in addition she is also a school governor and spends a lot of time with her granddaughter. Read Marian's story...


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