Loving wife of Peter. Beloved sister and sister in-law of Hervey, Michael and Wendy, Patrick (deceased). Cherished mother and mother-in-law of Stephen and Laire Susan and Nathan Jane and Scott Alice and Anthony. Adored granny of Liza, Isabella and Selena Michaela and Andrew, Sophie and Imogen Mia, Archie and Levi Jade, Harley and Amity. “There are some who bring a light so great to the world that even after they have gone the light remains”
Geoff was diagnosed with NETS in 2015 and like so many others showed symptoms long before the cancer was finally discovered. As is often the case, by the time he was diagnosed, the cancer had already spread and become "Stage 4 cancer". NeuroEndocrine Cancer Australia (formerly the Unicorn Foundation) provided a rare source of support for both Geoff and his family through education booklets and support group meetings. With Geoff's passing, we would like to give a little something back to the only organization advocating for sufferers of this rare cancer and hope that they can continue to support, educate and perhaps one day find a cure to this devastating disease.
Hi my name is Seth and I am 12, and I am wanting to raise awareness for Neuroendocrine cancer. My Aunty Katie was diagnosed a few years ago, I am so proud of her in every way possible, through her struggles, surgery's, highs and lows she has never lost hope. My Aunty Katie always has a smile on her face and even on the not so good days she always has time for me. I want to gain awareness around this sort of cancer and raise some money to support it. I will be shaving my hair off on Wednesday 31 of March all money raised will go to this great foundation. Please donate if you can if you are unable to please take the time to read up on Neuroendocrine cancer awareness of this is important. I love you Aunty Katie
My mum was first diagnosed with NETs in 2007. She had a successful surgery but unfortunately it came back in 2011. Since then she has been fighting with incredible courage, good humour and determination.
My daughter's Indie and Kenzie suffer from a genetic cancer known as MEN2a (Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia Type 2a) unfortunately they happen to have an aggressive mutation of MEN2a. This is something that will affect them for their lives.