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Arthur's Tale of Triumph:
A Call for Hope and Support

Hello, I'm Arthur. In early 2021, my world was shaken when I received a diagnosis of stage 4 pancreatic cancer, with the disease already making inroads into my liver. The mainstream doctors gave a grim prognosis, stating there was little they could do, offering a mere three to six months to live. That's when fate led me to Dr Andrew Dean and his dedicated team in Subiaco.

Meeting Dr Dean was a game-changer. His optimism was infectious. He didn't just present challenges; he outlined possibilities. "Let's try this, and if needed, we have more tricks up our sleeve." In that moment, hope was restored. I could go home to my wife and say, "I'm facing a battle, but we're working on it, and the doctors believe they can beat it."

Fast forward two years, and here I am, standing tall and as good as cancer-free. This journey is why I'm reaching out to you, urging you to join me in raising awareness for WARPNINE.

WARPNINE is more than an organisation; it's a lifeline for people like me. They raise funds for critical research, clinical trials, and projects that provide treatment options and, most importantly, hope for the future. WARPNINE doesn't just treat diseases; it treats the spirit, offering families like mine the precious gift of hope.

So, I implore you: If you can, join me in supporting WARPNINE. Let's raise funds and awareness so others can experience the same positive outcome. Together, we can be the beacon of hope for those who need it most.

Please consider contributing to WARPNINE. Your support can make a world of difference and bring hope to individuals and their loved ones facing the most brutal battles of their lives.

Together, let's be the agents of change, spreading hope and healing through our support for WARPNINE.

- Arthur Livock

  Cancer survivor and advocate

Arthur and Wendy Livock, with their girls

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