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'I'VE HAD THIRTY MOLES REMOVED' - LANCASTER FITNESS FANATIC SHARES HER SKIN CANCER STORY
Monday, 4th June 2018 | General | No comments

After spending 15 years in and out of hospital with skin cancer, Karen Byrne is passionate about helping charity North West Cancer Research (NWCR) raise awareness of the disease.

Karen Byrne, 45, from Lancaster, was diagnosed with malignant melanoma (a form of skin cancer) in 2003, after noticing a tiny black mole on her lower leg.

It was only after briefly mentioning it during a visit to her GP with her son who had chickenpox, that she was called back in for a biopsy, which later revealed it was malignant melanoma.

Help us stop cancer in its tracks
Tuesday, 6th March 2018 | General | No comments

We're looking for cycling ethusiasts to to take part in our inaugural Cycle of Hope 300mile cycling challenge to raise money for life-saving cancer research here in the North West. 

Widow's Walk For Life
Friday, 12th January 2018 | General | No comments

Laura Garnell for Liverpool has walked more than 600 miles for North West Cancer Research in memory of her husband George. 

Widow's Walk For Life
Friday, 12th January 2018 | General | No comments

Laura Garnell for Liverpool has walked more than 600 miles for North West Cancer Research in memory of her husband George. 

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