Fibro Fighting in the UK by Suzanne Vickery

Daniel has always been a daredevil; an adrenaline junky, doing everything fast and breaking a fair few collar bones along the way. Last winter saw him in Canada training to be a snowboarding instructor and enjoying life to the full. One day he crashed against a post...

A Mother’s Heart by Sadia Siddiqui

Receiving the devastating news that your child has cancer is something that no one can truly prepare for. It’s a heavy blow that knocks the wind out of you, and just as you begin to process the weight of that statement, you’re hit with the harsh reality...

The Neal Family Walk for FibroFighters

In early June, Dennis, Denise, and Ella Neal (their “Fibrofighter” daughter) walked 150 miles on the Portuguese Camino trail accompanied by a small group of supporters. The Camino is an ancient pilgrimage dating back to the 11th century and ends in Santiago de...

Healing Through Connection by Amanda Adams

Hi, my name is Amanda, and my partner, Paris, has been a FibroFighter for a little over a year. When Paris first got diagnosed with Stage IV Fibrolamellar Hepatocellular Carcinoma it felt like my life came to a complete halt. It stopped, got shaken up, and got turned...