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12/08/14

With a quite extraordinary result for Chordoma UK thanks go out to Ginny Major, her brothers and chums who ran the gruelling Dirty Rat Race in May.

Undoubtedly one of the most successful fund raising initiative of our year so far goes to Ginny Major and her wonderful group of 18 friends and family who raised a considerable sum participating in the gruelling and utterly filthy Dirt Rat Race at Burghley Park back in May.  http://www.ratracedirtyweekend.com/  Have a look and see what is involved - then ask yourself whether you could do this for us next year??

Well done Ginny and well done to all Ginny's supporters, family and friends - a special thank you from all of us at ChordomaUK and from Prof Adrienne Flanagan whose work on chordoma research continues to be a raging success through the support of people like Ginny.  

Before and after photo below.....




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