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National brain tumour research funding needs to increase to £30-35 million a year

Incredible supporter to take on 100-mile kayak challenge

Incredible supporter to take on 100-mile kayak challenge
Brain Tumour Research supporter Ben Lindon appeared on Sky News this morning to talk about his latest fundraising challenge, where he will be kayaking 100-miles down the river Wye, coinciding with his 100th cycle of chemotherapy.

Ben, aged 39, was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour nine years ago. It’s believed he has undergone the highest number of chemo cycles by any brain tumour patient in the UK, and certainly by anyone under retirement age.

This new challenge that he has set himself comes after several others he has completed over the last few years in order to raise desperately needed funds for research into brain tumours and raise awareness of the disease.

To date Ben has raised nearly £10,000 for Brain Tumour Research. To donate to Ben’s Kayaking challenge click here.
 

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