Ryno Glas

A Cricklade couple are giving thanks to LINC for helping them battle leukaemia. The couple’s world was turned upside down when Rayno was diagnosed with an extremely rare form of leukaemia. It knocked him for six, but after a lengthy stay on Rendcomb Wards side rooms and a stay at Bristol Haematology and Oncology centre, where he underwent emergency treatment and a bone marrow transplant, he is now back home and well on the road to recovery.

Roxy 25 says “ Ryno has AML and ALL leukaemia, which is very rare – he is one in only 3 in the country to have his type of leukaemia. I want to raise awareness of the charity who have done a great job helping us. Without LINC I do not know where we would have been today. Such a small charity has made such a difference”.

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Ethel Boughton

The treatment that Ethel received over many years improved her quality of life and prolonged her time with her family.

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Anna’s Story

Anna was the mother of a new baby when she developed leukaemia.

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John and Vickie’s story

John was unable to continue at work due to his illness. LINC was able to provide some financial assistance to make some home repairs to make things safer and improve life for his family.

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Emma’s Story

Emma was only 19 when diagnosed with Acute Promyelocytic Leukaemia. Read about Emma’s journey through her treatment.

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