Tony Lormor's help to see life from the Briteside

It was in September 2013 when my cancer journey began, I first noticed I had a lump on my neck, the lump was no bigger than a pea and was not growing or painful. By December 2013, I was diagnosed with follicular lymphoma and being sent off for radiotherapy. A successful course of treatment gave me almost 4 years of being cancer free and then it came back in my neck and in my mouth.

As I write this now, February 2021, I have had cancer 5 times and had to go through a stem cell transplant in November 2019, of which I was told had a less than 30% chance of survival. I am now on a 2-year program of chemo maintenance and 8 weekly check-ups and cancer free!

I believe I have been given a second chance in life and I intend to make to most of it. I have always wanted to help anyone who is going through something like me and this is where Briteside was born.

I am here if you want a chat to discuss whatever you are going through or if I can help in a situation, you’re not familiar with. I am not perfect or have all the answers, but I have a big heart and a passion to help people, so please get in touch.

https://www.britesidecic.org/
  • Hayley linthwaite 
    • £5 
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  • Rachel Hickinbotham 
    • £40 
    • 5 days ago
  • Sue Buxton 
    • £20 
    • 5 days ago
  • Amanda Smith 
    • £5 
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  • Ashley Fisher 
    • £10 
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Organiser

Anthony Lormor 
Organiser
Langley Mill, East Midlands, United Kingdom
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