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We have teamed up with celebrated visual artist Mark Wigan to produce this charity MTB jersey and a road jersey raising much needed funds for his wife Kerry's cancer treatment.
Kerry was first diagnosed with Ocular Melanoma a type of eye cancer in 2016.
It is an extremely rare cancer that affects just six in one million people.
She underwent a number of operations and treatments to remove a large tumour from the back of her right eye.
The wonderful medical staff at the Royal Liverpool Hospital removed the tumour and saved her sight.
Following the treatment she has had regular MRI scans and blood tests every six months.
Kerry has remained very positive and although her vision is now impaired she continues to work in her studio in Snowdonia, North Wales.
Painting, making short films and curating screenings of artists moving image programmes at art galleries and festivals around the world.
During the recent COVID -19 lockdown we were devastated to hear that following four years of remission the cancer had returned and spread (metastasised) to Kerry’s liver.
In early October 2020 Kerry’s oncologist told her that without treatment she has a year to live.
A potentially life saving NHS clinical trial in chemosaturation of the liver (Delcath) was no longer available. NHS clinical trials for this type of cancer treatment have been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The oncologist said that the only way to prolong Kerry’s life was the chemosaturation therapy (aka Delcath) which is only available privately in the UK. The treatment requires an intensive care bed.
Chemosaturation of the liver has shown success in prolonging the lives of patients with metastatic ocular uveal melanoma reducing and stopping tumours in over 60 per cent of cases.
This private treatment costs £40,000 per session and Kerry could need up to six sessions. She needs to raise £240,000 for treatments and so far has raised some of the money from savings and contributions from family members.
Sadly we dont have the financial resources to fund it all ourselves and really need a further £160,000 to fund a proportion of the overall cost of the treatments.
Extra donations can be made here https://www.gofundme.com/f/funding-kerrys-cancer-treatment?utm_medium=copy_link&utm_source=customer&utm_campaign=p_lico+share-sheet