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that was a lovely blog ,i understand what you mean when you said that you remember the people who passed away ,with love & affection & there ability to still be there for other's when they knew that their own journey was near the end. i applaud you for being involved with the site from the begining & making it what it is now . this site was my lifeline last year when i was diagnosised with breast cancer . i also didn't realise that the site was only set up in march of 08 ,because when i joined in june i thought it had been going a few years at least because it was so well established by then .i would like to thank you & every other person who was involved in making this site what it & the kind people who donate money to keep it going. this site was my comfort blankie if you like when i found out i had breast cancer. the people who answered my pleas for help were my saviour's even though many were despratley ill them self 's & as you say these are the one's who have sadley passed away their names are & always be etched in my heart . take care alison & for all your hard work with break through cancer i cannot thank you enough . i am doing the race for life this year in huddersfield on june 28th i will put the name's of the friend's off here that who are sadley no longer here & i like to think that way they will be running with me love n hug's theresa xxx
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