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Help Stu Barclay and family through his aggressive cancer treatment
Stuart Barclay injured his back at work and thought it was just one of those Builder things, after months off work in pain he never expected the diagnoses of cancer in 90% of his spine &also throat.
The form of cancer is incurable & so aggressive bringing agonizing pain, seeing the usually active man find even simple daily tasks painful, tiring and difficult. Treatment to try manage the cancer ravaging his body will involve ongoing hospital appointments meaning a 2 hour round trip for himself and wife Jo.
The 64 year old is a former consecutive NZ Champion clay target shooter, and has represented our country many times at world champs over the years. He was looking forward to retirement, having time out with his dog, duck shooting &hunting, and doing all the things he and his wife had been anticipating.
He adores his 3 grandchildren and had spoken the many plans for spending time together as well as supporting them in their dreams.
Stu and Jo were investing any residual income into their villa, now sad as there was no indication they needed to financially support themselves in this awful time;while the usual suspects try to avoid helping them with basics. Sad as they have been down a similar road years prior when Stu needed a kidney removed because of a cancerous tumor.
Stu has been left physically unable to work, leaving them both struggling with their mortgage and necessities on Jo's part time wages and with petrol prices the trip to receive the needed treatment is hard to fund.
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