A young man's testicular cancer shock spurs his girlfriend to do the 10K in Blackpool for Rosemere Cancer Foundation in Preston

A woman raised more than £3,000 for Rosemere Cancer Foundation, which has supported her boyfriend who had testicular cancer.

Tuesday, 5th March 2019, 10:29 am
Updated Tuesday, 5th March 2019, 1:22 pm
Ellie Higham with her Steven, her brother William and his friend Harry Ellams at the Stanley Park 10k
Ellie Higham with her Steven, her brother William and his friend Harry Ellams at the Stanley Park 10k

Ellie Higham took part in a 10k through Blackpool’s Stanley Park, with her dad Steven, brother William, 20, and his friend Harry Ellams, 20, of Preston, raising a total of £3,100.Ellie’s boyfriend, Liam Cryer, 24, was diagnosed with the disease last autumn after confiding in her that he had a found a lump.Following his keyhole surgery to remove the lump, Liam, supported by Ellie and both their families, is now committed to help raising awareness of the condition.

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