Stephen Carrick

Hackney Half

Here are a few pics from our wonderful Hackney Half runners Tom Phillips, Amy Cook and Paul Wood.

The Full Monty!

Don’t miss out – get your tickets! Great play supporting the Josh Carrick Foundation! #takesballs

Royal Marsden update

Update Report: The Platinum Study While we are close to achieving 95 per cent cure rates for testicular cancer, it is more important than ever that we ensure survivors are able to enjoy a good quality of life beyond cancer. The highly effective anti-cancer drug, cisplatin, is routinely prescribed to testicular cancer patients. However, some …

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London to Brighton 2016 Bike Ride write up

Such a great day! We began with a ritual burger the night before, headed off from Clapham Common in the morning and wound our way out of London through bizarrely traffic-free streets. Some parts were scary (anything downhill!), some parts were hard going (anything uphill, Ditchling Beacon!), all of the countryside was unquestionably beautiful. A …

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Thames Path Challenge

Over the past weekend, Joe Camilleri of the Savills UK Finance team successfully completed the Thames Path Challenge, walking 100km along the Thames Path from Putney Bridge to Henley in aid of The Josh Carrick Foundation. Joe and his partner Shanan Dunstan (pictured at the 50km mark and at the finish) completed the challenge in …

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The Platinum Study – A message from Professor Robert Huddart

“We are so grateful to The Josh Carrick Foundation and all your amazing fundraisers and supporters for funding research at The Royal Marsden to help improve the quality of life for testicular cancer survivors. More people than ever are surviving testicular cancer, however many suffer from long-term side-effects like nerve damage and hearing loss. Your …

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