Kate's StoryBy Kate
Kate has personally been affected by cancer as both a survivor and carer. This is just part of her amazing story
Judy Robertson is a warrior, a survivor and a carer. Her passion for Relay For Life has bloomed in the six years she has been involved with the largest Relay For Life event outside the United States of America.
Rod Coy, right, with Rob Stanley-Jones.
“Quantum potes tantum aude’ whatever I have within me that makes me unique and makes me what I am, this I must dare.”
“My life has been enriched because I have met some amazing people who share the same passion as myself to fight for a cure. “ – Paige Bowshire
In 1995, Danny Brombal heard the words, “you have cancer.”
Help me make a difference! #RelayForLife. I Relay because I want to make a difference in the fight against cancer.
I have had many friends affected by cancer but most recently in September of 2015, I woke up to a unbearable pain.
I was diagnosed with cervical cancer nearly 3 years ago. It had been eight years since my last Pap smear so thankfully I’m now a cancer survivor.
I guess I am both a "survivor and carer".
My cancer story starts in August 2011, my husband Peter is diagnosed with Bowel Cancer, he has surgery, then chemotherapy. He is just finishing his last session in chemo in early March 2012, when they find a malignant lump in my left breast.
On March 19 2015 I was diagnosed with breast cancer the first in my family tree at the age of 42.
I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer in 2003 when I was 48 yrs old. It was an emotional roller coaster and it's only been recently that I've been able to talk about the feelings that I had and have had since.
Lauryn Louise was born on the 18th December 1999 at Northam Regional Hospital in Western Australia. For the following four and a half years Lauryn lived her life as any other young girl would with her parents Melanie and Mike.