Three Peaks for tumour survivor

A father who survived a rare brain tumour and defied doctors by going on to have a baby is now training for the Three Peaks Challenge in September.

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Man who underwent 57 doses of chemotherapy proves he's not infertile

Ben Lindon alongside his fiancée Kate and baby daughter Martha. Credit: Family Photo

A man from Worcestershire who was told he'd become infertile following a brain tumour has naturally fathered a baby girl.

Ben Lindon, from Malvern, who underwent over 50 rounds of chemotherapy, defied doctors when his fiancée, Kate McCreanor, gave birth nine months ago.

Mr Lindon is thought to be the youngest person in the UK to have had so much chemotherapy.

Ben Lindon undergoing treatment.

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