Thank you for taking the time to visit my fundraising page on iDonate.ie My name is Pamela, from Union Hall in West Cork, and I was diagnosed with pancreaticcancer in Dec 2018, I began chemotherapy on 16th January 2019, but unfortunately my tumour had not shrank after my first round of chemothera...
Thank you for taking the time to visit my fundraising page on iDonate.ie My name is Pamela, from Union Hall in West Cork, and I was diagnosed with pancreaticcancer in Dec 2018, I began chemotherapy on 16th January 2019, but unfortunately my tumour had not shrank after my first round of chemotherapy, then followed combined radiotherapy and chemotherapy, which thankfully reduced my tumour, so I was now able to have whipple surgery, which took place on 15th August 2019. For 2019, ‘20 and ‘21, cancer had control of my life, whereas all my energy, time and concentration was on doctor and hospital visits, with many set backs! For 2023 I’m taking back control! I am now a Full Time Student at UCC, studying Religious and Global Diversity. I have set myself a challenge to do something different each month, and for May, I'm taking part in Breakthrough Cancer Research - Camino Ingles. I've chosen to fundraise for Breakthrough Cancer Research. All funds raised here will go directly to this great cause. I hope you can help me by donating whatever you can. Simply click the Donate button above. All donations are processed securely. You can also share my page using Share options below. This is a great way to show your support. Many Thanks for your support. Read more about Breakthrough Cancer Research - Camino Ingles While walking each day, I will think of all my fellow warriors, those going through treatment, and especially those no longer with us 💜
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Breakthrough Cancer Research
Breakthrough Cancer Research funds the efficient and effective development of new treatments for cancer. We work to significantly impact the number of people who can survive this disease. Research programmes funded by Breakthrough Cancer Research must focus on translating lab discoveries into new treatment opportunities. To this end we work closely with clinicians in practice all over Ireland so that our research is targeted at finding new options for poor prognosis and incurable cancers.