Raising awareness

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Sunday 7th August

  

This weekend has been all about meeting up with survivors and raising awareness of Testicular Cancer, and taking part in the annual memorial trek up Mount Snowdon.

  

Last year I made a video to coincide with the weekend

  
This year I have decided to write a petition for Testicular Cancer screening to be made available to Special Needs young men. 

  

Click on Frankie Angel bear to go to the petition

  

It would mean a great deal to me if you were to watch, read and sign.

Thank you.

  

Missing you every step of the way.

Precious Angel son.

xxxxxx


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  1. Reblogged this on Life as I interpret it and commented:
    I am re-posting this from MeRaw, a blog that I have been long-following.
    We all can contribute to raising awareness to help control cancer. Cancer is a very common disease (in Canada, 45% of the residents are estimated to get it)… On top of that, our special needs children/adults may require their families/health care team be more vigilant about the cancer awareness/symptoms/management.
    Help spread the word please.

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  3. So heartbreaking. And yet thank you for having the courage to help other people. My wife is a cancer survivor, a blood cancer so I know some of the struggles, including mass doses of chemo. God bless you and your family.

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    • That is so very kind of you, thank you.
      Raising awareness is paramount in trying to help and encourage young men to check themselves for lumps and bumps, and to seek help at the earliest opportunity.
      Thank you for sharing.
      x

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