Jane passed away at 7 this morning. She went in her sleep whilst I held her hand. Goodbye my angel.
>Wishing you strength and peace for the days, weeks, months ahead.
Dear Jane’s family
I have read this blog and learn a lot from your direct experience. Hope you all keep strength. Thanks for sharing this invaluable experience.
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CSH needs your support
My friend Oliver is running the Virgin London Marathon in 2015 to raise money for the Cynthia Spencer Hospice. Please donate some money in memory of Jane. Thank you.
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This blog follows Jane's journey with an Astrocytoma brain tumour between 2005 - 2011. This is blog is my story of Jane.
If you are interested in what my life as a widow is like, visit my blog at http://www.bunnyfactor10.com.
JD in Scotland, February 2011