Brave Chester Woman to Launch Race for Life Event Next Month
As per recent reports, it has been reported that Cancer Research UK will be organizing its Race for Life event at Chester city next month at its Racecourse. It has been illustrated that Chester woman Carireen Candlin will be launching this event in the city.
It has been termed that the woman was herself diagnosed of cancer six years ago. After analysis and tests, it was discovered that she had cervical cancer.
It has been reported that Caireen was subjected to drugs, during the treatment of the cancer, which posed out to be problematic during pregnancy.
When she was 12 weeks pregnant, she lost one of her babies and to save her and her other baby; a major surgery had to be carried out. The baby was born safe.
However, Caireen, who is also mother to two boys, annually undergoes smear test, so as to ensure that she is safe from cancer.
However, Caireen claims that there are certain other reasons for her to be guest of honor of this event and run around the 5km course. She stated that even her mother is battling out advanced ovarian cancer.
It is being expected that the event will help raise over £210,000 to help save all those lives struggling with cancer and also to fund research.
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