Topic: The UK needs you!

The UK CC charity, AMMF has been nominated for a £2000 donation but it is a 'vote to win' and the charity with the most votes wins.  Can us UK members ask for your support and place a vote for the AAMF?  There so few of us in the UK that know of CC compared to other cancers so any extra votes will help massively to raise awareness and  hopefully increase the potential share of the donation fund.  It is free, legitimate and takes 60 seconds max to vote. Link below:

https://www.directdebit.co.uk/TheBigBre … map=%5B%5D

Huge thanks,

Xx

Clare

In the stars now . . . .

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It was easy...my vote is in. 
Hugs,
Marion

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Re: The UK needs you!

Hi,

me too.

God bless.

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I'm in!  smile

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Voted.

Survivor of cholangiocarcinoma (2009), thyroid cancer (1999), and breast cancer (1994).

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Yay - it's working then being able to vote if you are non uk based.

Thanks guys:-)

Clare

In the stars now . . . .

7 (edited by MAGS1 Mon, 06 May 2013 04:24:27)

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Hi Clare, my husband has voted from work and I am going to vote today as well, so that's two extra votes!  Will get my mum to vote as well.

Hope you are getting on ok, Mags

"Even Darkness is not dark for you, and the night is as clear as the day.... " RIP Dad, always loved.

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Just voted!

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Done...I will try and copy link and share with my work colleagues

Lou

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Thanks everyone.  Mags - been thinking of you.  How are you?

Clare

In the stars now . . . .

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Voted!!

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Hi Mags,

You are right - bad care should be addressed.  It doesn't bring your dad back but it can improve care for others and prevent it from being repeated.

I'm OK thanks.  It still feels very surreal and I still struggle not with the fact that I've lost my sister but that my parents had to bury their daughter and my 3 year old niece will grow up without her mum.  It was all so rapid - 5 months from start to finish.

Clare

In the stars now . . . .

13 (edited by MAGS1 Wed, 08 May 2013 09:13:52)

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Hi Clare, I know what you mean about it seeming surreal.  I still can't believe my dad has gone, as with your sister, it was all very quick, and unbelievable really.

My husband lost his sister a couple of years ago, she also had cancer and she  left behind a little girl who was four at the time, so I know how awful that is and how hard it is and also for your parents, as you never expect to outlive your child.

That's why this site is so important as they offer so much fantastic advice and support and also charities such as AMMF in the UK.  Hopefully, working together, there will one day be a cure and other people won't need to suffer like this.

Mags

"Even Darkness is not dark for you, and the night is as clear as the day.... " RIP Dad, always loved.