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UK Woman To Take On London Marathon Despite Illness

Wednesday 22 March 2017

 

From UK newspaper Leamington Spa Courier:

 

Emily Twitchett
Emily Twitchett will be running the London Marathon
to raise money for Parkinson's UK.
 

Warwick woman to take on London Marathon despite illness

A woman from Warwick is determined to get through the London Marathon next month despite having Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

By Jordyn Holliday
March 16, 2017

Emily Twitchett, who is 35 and a part-time teacher at Trinity Catholic School in Leamington, was officially diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) two years ago.

The syndrome affects a person’s ability to carry out daily tasks because they are always feeling exhausted.

Despite her illness Emily will be taking on the London Marathon on April 23 to help raise awareness for CFS and to also raise money for Parkinson’s UK.

 

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