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Thea was diagnosed with Wilms’ tumour in 2004, when she was just six years old. Thea’s tumour in her kidney was absolutely huge. She had some chemotherapy to shrink it. It made her so ill, but she was just relieved to be receiving treatment.Thea is living proof that research works and it needs to continue. She’s now studying Health and wants to go into Paediatric Oncology. I’m so proud of her. I don’t know whether we would have been able to see this without people supporting Cancer Research UK through their Wills. I just think it’s amazing.

 (Sally, Thea's mum)

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