Naomi's Fight for Life Fund

Naomi was just four years old in 2007 when she was diagnosed with an ependymoma, an aggressive, cancerous brain tumour.   She has undergone three craniotomies, almost 30 long and intensive bouts of chemotherapy and we have endured a number of scares and setbacks, but Naomi is currently stable.  We are now six years post diagnosis and five years post treatment - most brain tumour patients die within that timeframe...

 

We originally set up Naomi's Fight for Life Fund to help other charities find a cure, as well as provide care and quality of life for those touched by cancer, but have now joined Brain Tumour Research as an umbrella group where we can enjoy the security and support of a nationally recognised charity with the use of a range of materials and merchandise, including fundraising packs and T-shirts, as well as the use of a registered charity number which will give us access to Gift Aid, our own logo and PR support.

 

Read Naomi's story...


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