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Running to save lives

Fun runner in aid of Prostate cancer. We are off to see my brother today,  who is suffering with this condition. Thanks to people like this, one day we will beat this cancer. 

Running to save lives

Fun runner in aid of Prostate cancer. We are off to see my brother today,  who is suffering with this condition. Thanks to people like this, one day we will beat this cancer. 

comments (12)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 11 Nov 2017, 01:51
He looks a picture of moist, freckled health, Bill!
Bill Phillips: He does indeed Ray.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 11 Nov 2017, 07:13
My best wishes for your brother - I know a few men who could beat this sort of cancer.
Bill Phillips: Thank you Philine. Sadly he has a secondary cancer in his bones
a fine shot of this fund raising cause, Bill
Bill Phillips: Thanks Ayush. I think all the runners enjoyed themselves
  • Chris
  • England
  • 11 Nov 2017, 07:23
All in a good cause

Nice picture
Bill Phillips: Indeed. They raised over £1000 I believe
I admire people making such efforts for the sake of others
Bill Phillips: so do I Martin. This run raised over £1000 I believe
Good wishes to your brother, Bill.
Bill Phillips: Thanks Frank. He seemed well in himself and it was good to spend some time with him
I'm sure he must have felt the effort was worth it. Best wishes to your brother, your replies suggest he is quite a poorly man.
Bill Phillips: He has a secondary in his bones which cannot be treated but is a slow developer, so he could last a good time yet! He was pretty chipper when we saw him and is certainly not feeling sorry for himself.
I get tired of hearing of fundraisers to cure cancer - of any kind. It hasn't happened yet after the trillions of dollars raised. It is all very complicated and the root of that is the money.
Bill Phillips: Having a brother with cancer and having lost Ange's mum and aunt to cancer and Ange having had a scare (happily only a cyst) you will no doubt understand that I don't agree with you Mary.
A friend of mine beat prostate cancer five years ago and is still going strong at 81
Bill Phillips: If it is diagnosed early then the prospects are good. George has a secondary in his bones which is not good but he is in good spirits
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 11 Nov 2017, 19:34
Good for him and the thousands of others that raise money for all sorts of troubles. I'm concerned about my brother who make have prostate cancer (we are still waiting for test results but he's bobbing about on a cruise on high seas).
Bill Phillips: If they have diagnosed it early the prognosis could be good. My brother was not diagnosed until he had a secondary cancer in his bones. Having said that he was pretty upbeat when we saw him and is just getting on with life
A look of concentration...
Bill Phillips: He had just finished
Excellent portrait.
Best to your brother.
Bill Phillips: He seemed well in himself and it was good to see him

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