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Family and friends of cancer patient raise £3,000 in his memory

The family and friends of a cancer patient have donated over £3,000 to the areas at UHNM who cared for him.

Adam Priestman was 54 when he sadly passed away last summer after a five-year battle with lung cancer.

The funds, which were raised through funeral donations and Adam’s goddaughter Beth Woolley running the Chatsworth 10k, were split between the Royal Stoke’s Cancer and Stroke Centres.

Beth said: “Uncle Ad courageously fought lung cancer for the past five years and attended appointments for treatment at UHNM were he received incredible care here. He was an inspirational, funny and much-loved son, husband, dad, brother, uncle and friend. Thank you so much to everybody for all your support.”

Adam’s wife Emma and son Joe, who is currently doing a placement on our Critical Care Unit, recently visited the Royal Stoke to hand over their cheques.  

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