We can’t emphasise it enough. We need your help.
As I came to terms with the news, I understood that it would be important for me to get as fit as I could to face such an invasive operation ominously dubbed the “The Mother of all Surgeries” or MOAS.
Two and a half years ago, neither Annie or Jim had heard of pseudomyxoma peritonei (PMP). In November 2017, Jim was diagnosed with a high-grade appendix tumour that was the first stage of the disease.
When Nicki’s friend was diagnosed with pseudomyxoma peritonei (PMP), Nicki decided she would show her support by raising awareness and some funds for the charity at the same time. She came up with a plan that is visible and also supported another charity as well as Pseudomyxoma Survivor.
Today, we made a donation of £3,500 to Basingstoke PMP fund. The funds will support equipment purchases for ward C2 and the Intensive Care Unit.
Every search you make with our easysearch page – http://pmp.easysearch.org.uk – you’ll raise funds for us!