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Barnsley Family Launch Cancer Awareness Drive

Wednesday June 29 2011



Daniel Wilson is only 36 years old - but he has terminal brain cancer and has only weeks to live. What started off as an innocuous looking mole, turned into five brain tumours and his brave wife Suzanne has now picked up his campaign - to raise awareness and make his life count. This trailer video shows a peek of what's to come in the coming days - allowing us to share in Daniel's story.


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Reply Posted by jill martin on Wednesday June 29 2011 at 17:39
well done suzanne, i now realise you are friends with my son karl martin and his wife lauren, we need to keep spreading the word and making people aware how many there are out there who are suffering this awful disease, i hope dan is doing ok at this time, i feel for you and your family love jill martin xx

Reply Posted by Stephy @isaac on Thursday June 30 2011 at 20:56
I think what you are doing is amazing. Well done. My heart goes out to you and your family. If there is anything I can do to help you with this campaign then please do not hesitate to ask. As always you are in my thoughts and prayers x

Reply Posted by George Kalmantis on Thursday July 7 2011 at 20:35
Hi Mrs Martin,
My name is George Kalmantis and I live in Athens Greece. I was a postgraduate student in the University of York in 1996-1997 and since then I used to listen to BBC radio York even now that I live in Athens, because I have so many beautiful memories from the city of York. I have two kids, aged 10 and 4 and two years ago, while my eldest was on a summer camp and after I had a terrible car accident, I realised that life can be so suddenly ended without having the chance to be there for our kids in the happy and difficult times as they grow up. Then I started writing my personal beliefs about life, my memories as a child and all those inner fears, ambitions, hopes and thoughts just to give the chance to my children to know who was really their father and to give them some guidence just in case I wasn't there for them.. Unfortunately I have left unfinished that book, because the daily routine leaves so little free time.
Yesterday, while at work, I listened to that excellent programme of Liz Green at BBC radio York where your son was invited and described his personal story. I was really moved by his dignity and the anxiety and hope that everything will turn out fine for his beloved kids and wife. I beleive that life doesn't end when we stop breathing but we continue to live through our kids and our loved ones and the precious memories and thoughts they keep in their hearts for us.
Let me give my sincere thoughts to you and your family.
George
(my e-mail is georgekalmantis@hotmail.com)