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Macmillan Cancer Relief

Macmillan Centre, St. Marys Hospital, West Wing, Milton Road, Portsmouth, Hampshire PO3 6AD, United Kingdom.

Telephone: 02392788700
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Macmillan Cancer Relief

Unit 4, Acorn Workshops, Empress Road, Southampton, Hampshire SO14 0JY, United Kingdom.

Telephone: 02380236367
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Wessex Cancer Trust

11 Westwood Road, Southampton, Hampshire SO17 1DL, United Kingdom.

Telephone: 02380672200
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Macmillan Cancer Relief

Southampton General Hospital, Tremona Road, Southampton, Hampshire SO16 6YD, United Kingdom.

Telephone: 02380796037
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Macmillan Cancer Relief

Crown Chambers, South Street, Andover, Hampshire SP10 2BN, United Kingdom.

Telephone: 01264343800

CLIC Sargent

27A High Street, Andover, Hampshire SP10 1LJ, United Kingdom.

Telephone: 01264321880
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Marie Curie Cancer Care

102 Station Road, New Milton, Hampshire BH25 6LQ, United Kingdom.

Telephone: 01425623360
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Cancer Research UK

2 The Drive, Fareham, Hampshire PO16 7NL, United Kingdom.

Telephone: 01329312023
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The Skys the limit

The Skys the limit

Cleveland, United Kingdom.

Telephone: 01642 584968
Born in Stockton-on-Tees with Cerebral Palsy, Susan Bennett throughout her early life was constantly told that she wouldn’t be able to walk, talk properly, move properly, swim, hold a job down or live a‘normal’ life – “Whatever that is,” says Susan. As she grew, Susan needed to prove this was not the case. Not to herself you understand, because she always knew she would be able to do these things, but to those in the medical and educational fraternity and other doubters If you would like to buy a signed copy please check out the website
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