Donate to Marathon Runner to Support Invest in ME

I’m running my sixth EU marathon in Stockholm, Sweden on June 4th for biomedical ME research projects via Invest In ME (UK) and would love to meet up with anyone able to come cheer me on or meet for photos and a chat.
I’m running to try to help one of my oldest friends, Ian, who has suffered with ME and lost 10 years to the illness.  I’m aiming to run a marathon in every country in the EU (28 in total) and help raise funds and awareness for people around Europe who have ME.
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For more on my story, please read information on the marathon here, take a look at my Facebook updates, or make a donation.  Together, we can create better funding for research into ME.
Thanks for your support!

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