Ryan Smith


An increased intensity of headache and vision problems at the age of 29 led Ryan Smith to think something might be wrong.  Although his GP was initially dismissive, a large oligodendroglioma tumour was discovered in his brain after a specialist examination of his eyes.


After overcoming five surgeries, radiotherapy and chemotherapy, as well as other health issues including memory loss, Ryan still remains hopeful and continues to fight his disease.


“I just want a cure to be found and soon, because the children and I can’t imagine life without Ryan.” Ryan's wife, Maria, tells his story... 


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