Together we can end cancer in our lifetime

Jade was my beautiful wife and mother to our children. She was my soulmate for life. Matt Manning
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Cancer is a horrible disease that takes too many people before their time. But it's a disease we intend to defeat, within our lifetime, with your help.


Matt lost his beautiful wife Jade, mother to their three children Roy (6) and twins Grace and Eve (4), to cancer.

Jade was only 32 years old when she was told she had cancer. She was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukaemia - a type of cancer that affects both the blood and the bone marrow.

Jade received exceptional care at the ONJ Cancer Centre. Every possible treatment was used. And although she had gone into remission, within a few months her cancer had returned.

Within two short years, Jade had passed away. Matt and their children want to see an end to cancer. 

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"You can help end cancer in our lifetime"

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Let's end cancer in our lifetime.

"Jade has left a huge hole in my heart and in my life. I've lost my soulmate. It's worst when the kids are in bed, the house is quiet, that's when it hits me. I believe we can end cancer in our lifetime, in my children's lifetime. Please support the ONJ Cancer Centre today." - Matt Manning Your gift will help us end cancer. And it will help patients who have cancer and their families by supporting treatments and wellness programs that help them deal with the biggest challenge of their lives.

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