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Read why our son's diagnosis with congenital hypothyroidism has motivated us to run the Great North Run
My daughter Betsy was born with congenital hypothyroidism.
I have been living without a thyroid for 20 years. I’ve recently struggled with a rollercoaster of both hypothyroidism and hypothyroidism symptoms and wish to help others in some way now I’m feeling better.
We have set up a thyroid support group for colleagues in Kirklees Council and we would like to put Kirklees Council thyroid support group on the map and support the vital work BTF do.
My daughter Kimberley died suddenly of a stroke on 21st August this year. She was just 36 years old.
I am doing the London Landmarks Half Marathon as I have a genetic condition called Cowden Syndrome which caused me to have complications with my thyroid, which has now been removed.
I am fundraising for BTF to raise awareness of thyroid disease.
To help raise awareness and support for those with thyroid conditions
I am walking 11,000 steps a day throughout March to raise money for btf (British Thyroid Foundation).
At 2 weeks old my daughter was diagnosed with hypothyroidism. It's come with its complications and it's been a bumpy ride.A condition we believe needs more awareness.
I am running to raise funds to help with Thyroid disorders.
I am fundraising for the British Thyroid Foundation. They are a small charity and I am very fortunate that they have given me a place at this event