Amazing fundraisers of the North Shore community doing all sorts of incredible things and making a real difference.
IT’S BEEN A MARATHON NOT A SPRINT FOR KEVIN.
Kevin Luu’s life was turned upside down five years ago when he suffered a severe traumatic brain injury in a bicycle accident.
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WORTH THE WAIT: BABY OWEN’S STORY
After 133 days in NICU, Owen Wong was discharged on home oxygen just in time for Christmas.
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SHARE YOUR HEART WITH RNSH JUST LIKE CRAIG
Craig was only 35 years old when he was admitted at Royal North Shore Hospital. He came to ICU with an acute infection and was placed in an induced coma. Claire, Craig’s wife, who was eight weeks pregnant at the time, spent a week in torment, waiting to see if her baby’s father would survive.
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FOOTBALL MAY NOT BE MY PROFESSION BUT IT WILL ALWAYS BE MY PASSION
On 18th May 2015, Paul’s life was changed forever. He went from being a fit and healthy man playing football every weekend to a 46-kilo skeleton in an induced coma while his body slowly digested itself.
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TRAVELLING AUSTRALIA MICK'S WAY
Mick Miller had an incredible career coaching some of Australia’s top athletes. But after a close call with throat and neck cancer in 2013, he put most of that aside to help support cancer patients and their families post-treatment via The Tomorrow Trust - helping bring some normality back into people's lives who are living with, through and beyond cancer.
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