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Ben Nevis Mountain

My journey up to the clouds

Ben Nevis Mountain

My name is Reagan, I am 12 years old and on 8 July 2015 I am going to climb Ben Nevis, which is the highest point in the UK at1334mt (4409ft) above sea level. I am doing this in aid of Breast Cancer Campaign as my Nanny has survived this horrible illness twice. I hope to raise some money for Breast Cancer Campaign to help people who have suffered or are suffering from breast cancer!

Virgin Money London Marathon 2015 Breast Cancer Campaign Emily

Virgin Money London Marathon 2015 supporter stories: Emily and her mum

Virgin Money London Marathon 2015 Breast Cancer Campaign Emily

Emily’s mum was diagnosed with breast cancer in August of 2013. Fortunately she discovered the lump in the very early stages and following a

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Virgin Money London Marathon 2015 supporter stories: Steven and Donna

Steven’s wife Donna has been recovering from breast cancer for the last two years. Here, Steven explains the journey he’s been through since he signed up for the Virgin Money London Marathon and why he’s so proud of his wife.

No one ever expects their most loved and cherished ones to see them sick or ill. The hearing the news knocked my wife Donna for six with the shock that 'that horrible disease' had taken hold.

But in all the time she spent in treatments, as tough as they were, I never once saw her complain or show distress.

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Giles - Male Breast Cancer story

When male breast cancer is a family matter

Giles - Male Breast Cancer story

The third man in his family to get breast cancer, Giles Cooper tells us why more men need to be aware of the disease.

It’s not often you hear about men with breast cancer. But for Giles, it’s an all too familiar story.

When his father died from breast cancer in 2004, it was the start of an extraordinary chain of events that saw his uncle die from the disease two years later and Giles himself diagnosed last year.

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