1. London Marathon runner Kevin Dwyer

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    Amazing repeat marathon runner Kevin Dwyer explaining why he volunteered to run the London Marathon 2015 for our small charity supporting patients and families with Myelodysplastic Syndromes, a blood cancer and rare form of bone marrow failure. Read more about the disease, the charity and Kevin here: http://www.mdspatientsupport.org.uk/event/a-further-london-marathon-runner/

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    • Tilly Hepburn's hair donation for cancer and MDS UK

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      Tilly Hepburn, 8 years old, decided to donate her long hair to a charity that makes wigs for children with cancer - and fundraise for another charity MDS UK, which supports blood cancer patients who live with the bone marrow failure condition Myelodysplastic Syndromes. Why? Her Dad Gavin suffers from this condition - and it is her way to support him - and others affected by cancer. See more information on Tilly and MDS here: http://www.mdspatientsupport.org.uk/event/tillys-wonderful-donations-for-mds-and-cancer/

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      • Jackson ManOSteele

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        The family across the street has a secret. Fan based video of Jackson as Superman. Ryerson Visual Arts III assignment.

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        • Shave for a Cure 15.3.15

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          Chris shaves off his golden locks to raise money for blood cancer. Over $4500 raised and counting! Thank you for donating! You are able to donate until the end of March 2015 https://secure.leukaemiafoundation.org.au/registrant/FundraisingPage.aspx?RegistrationID=576653#&panel1-2 Thanks to: CHRIS! Cheryl, Nana (for the clippers and scissors!) Gemma, Marshall, Jade, Matt, all of those who donated and Coomera Tafe Song Credit: "Cut your Hair" by Pavement

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          • World's Greatest Shave

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            Just in time for winter, seven wharfies from DP World, Botany have voluntarily gone bald, but it was all for a good cause. Joining them in their fund raising efforts, which saw them bag more than $7000 for the Leukaemia Foundation, was Belinda Koleski who dyed her long dark locks a variety of colours as part of the World’s Greatest Shave. Spiritual leader of the group known as Nude DP Nuts, Darren Stedman, said he was overwhelmed that they managed to smash their goal of $2000 by 300 per cent. Joining Stedman and Koleski was Dave “Macca” McElhinney, Mike Barnett, Luke Hall, Jamie McMechan, Justin Timmins and Nate Ford. Two at a time, they took their turns in getting razored by hairdressers from Our Hair Studio, who kindly donated their time and tools to the effort. Timmins, who had already undergone a Great Shave a couple of years ago said leukaemia was a horrible, indiscriminate disease that could affect anyone at any age and therefore a worthy charity to support. According to the Leukaemia Foundation’s website: “Today, 31 Australians will get the news they have blood cancer.” “That's another 31 reasons to support the Leukaemia Foundation's work – providing practical and emotional support to people facing the challenge of blood cancer, as well as investing in vital research to find better treatments and cures. “60,000 people are going through this in Australia right now - please sponsor us and help us reach our team goal.”

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            • World's Greatest Shave 2015 - Support for Arielle at Seaforth Public School

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              Arielle Cormamond shaves her head to raise money for the Leukeamia Foundation World's Greatest Shave 2015. Support her by making a donation to - http://my.leukaemiafoundation.org.au/arielleisbrave

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              • Russell's Stem Cell transplant

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                Russell Cook, Myelodysplastic Syndrome patient tells us about the stem cell transplant experience that saved his life. He is unusual, as he received three transplants - two from an unrelated donor - which failed - followed by a stem cell donation from his son 15 year old son Luke - which finally worked. Russell has since managed to run several marathons and is now one of our trustees. Please do consider registering as a stem cell donor - you could help to save someone's life. Contact Anthony Nolan or Delete Blood Cancer in the UK. Visit our website to find out more: www.mdspatientsupport.org.uk We are the only charity exclusively dedicated to supporting MDS patients in the UK. Please support us if you can. Thank you.

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                • What are you most afraid of in the world?

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                  Stories behind 2 leukaemia patients fighting the disease with strong will and being positive about it. Despite their young age the are very brave in facing the disease and will never give up! " Be steadfast, do not back down " " Face it bravely, never give up "

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                  • TPC 11-30-2014

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                    "Dysfunction Junction... What's Your Function?", a sermon by the Rev. Dr. Ken Evers-Hood. Delivered at Tualatin Presbyterian Church on November 30, 2014. Sermon text: 1 Corinthians 1:1-9.

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                    • Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research Christmas Appeal Film 2014

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                      I was honoured to be asked to make this film about Jenna Bradley, an incredible little girl who was diagnosed with a blood cancer in 2011. After 3 years of horrible treatments, chemo, losing her hair and suffering paralysis Jenna is spending her first Christmas well again this year. Her story is testament to the brilliant work of LLR who fund the research necessary to beat blood cancer - please visit their website and support them if you can http://leukaemialymphomaresearch.org.uk The film had over 5000 views in the first two days, and here are a couple of comments from the first few minutes it was posted on their Facebook site "Powerful video clip. Makes all the volunteering worthwhile!"

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