$322
Deb Cancer Council NSW
Deb
$322
Cancer Council NSW
Deb
Deb

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684 days ago, Deb created this page in support of Cancer Council NSW.

With the help of Wyong Wobbly Walkers, Deb gave everything:

  • Shared their page with everyone they could.

  • Received 7 donations from generous family and friends.

  • Raised $322.

My Story

This year marks 5 years since I discovered a lump in my right breast which went on to be diagnosed as breast cancer. Subsequent testing also revealed our family carries the potentially deadly brca1 gene fault. It has been a massive five years during which my sister has also become a survivor after being diagnosed with a far more serious form of cancer. During this last five years we have also suffered the loss of three well loved family members, and the diagnosis of our youngest member with a...

This year marks 5 years since I discovered a lump in my right breast which went on to be diagnosed as breast cancer. Subsequent testing also revealed our family carries the potentially deadly brca1 gene fault. It has been a massive five years during which my sister has also become a survivor after being diagnosed with a far more serious form of cancer. During this last five years we have also suffered the loss of three well loved family members, and the diagnosis of our youngest member with a severe form of epilepsy. Recently we have had more to be optimistic about and I'm looking forward to celebrating all the good things in life by walking across these seven bridges with friends and family.

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We are a group of Wyong Shire women trying to stay fit and fabulous! We all have young children so trying to FIT in some FITness is a tight FIT! For almost a year we have been tackling Chapman's Hill, which is the highest point overlooking Wyong...

We are a group of Wyong Shire women trying to stay fit and fabulous! We all have young children so trying to FIT in some FITness is a tight FIT! For almost a year we have been tackling Chapman's Hill, which is the highest point overlooking Wyong on the NSW central coast. It's a steep hill! We aim to walk up it three times a week. Sometimes we only manage once because life gets in the way. But that's ok, we're sticking at it and that's the main thing.

Like many others we have also been affected by cancer, either personally or via our family members. We are doing the 7 Bridges Walk to remember dear family members and friends, to celebrate surviving cancer, to keep active to reduce our risk of other health issues, to have a loooong chat (ha, ha!), and to raise some money to help others. If you can spare a few dollars, that would be great.

Thank you,

Wyong Wobbly Walkers xx

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Team

Wyong Wobbly Walkers

Blob

We are a group of Wyong Shire women trying to stay fit and fabulous! We all have young children so trying to FIT in some FITness is a tight FIT! For almost a year we have been tackling Chapman's Hill, which is the highest point overlooking Wyong...

We are a group of Wyong Shire women trying to stay fit and fabulous! We all have young children so trying to FIT in some FITness is a tight FIT! For almost a year we have been tackling Chapman's Hill, which is the highest point overlooking Wyong on the NSW central coast. It's a steep hill! We aim to walk up it three times a week. Sometimes we only manage once because life gets in the way. But that's ok, we're sticking at it and that's the main thing.

Like many others we have also been affected by cancer, either personally or via our family members. We are doing the 7 Bridges Walk to remember dear family members and friends, to celebrate surviving cancer, to keep active to reduce our risk of other health issues, to have a loooong chat (ha, ha!), and to raise some money to help others. If you can spare a few dollars, that would be great.

Thank you,

Wyong Wobbly Walkers xx

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