‘How Macmillan helped to save my life’

Thursday, 13 September 2018

‘How Macmillan helped to save my life’ thumbnailTricia Roulston presents a £8748 cheque to Macmillan Cancer Support's Stephanie Mearns fundraising manager. WK36-61TM

LIVING with cancer is something which is becoming increasingly common with each day that passes by. Many of us have family members or friends who have been directly affected by the illness and are well aware of the lasting effects.
Coleraine woman, Tricia Roulston, lives with an incurable, malignant brain tumour despite two surgeries, radiotherapy and chemotherapy. Following a seizure, Tricia was diagnosed with a brain tumour in January 2017.
Such is her fighting spirit, the 43 year-old along with family, friends and work colleagues, helped to make a difference by raising money for Macmillan. Through Tricia's efforts and hard work, almost £9,000 has been raised for the charity.


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