An inspirational teenager from Cumbria who touched the hearts of thousands with her 'bucket list' of dreams has lost her long battle with cancer.
Alice Pyne campaigned tirelessly to get more donors onto the bone marrow register and along with her sister Milly was awarded the British Empire Medal for charity work.
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Alice raised £100,000 alongside younger sister Milly and touched hearts around the world with her blog and motto: “One life... live it!”Read the full story ›
Alice Pyne from Cumbria is continuing her campaign to get people to sign the bone marrow donor list. The 16 year old was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma four years ago.
Alice wants to get #onelifeliveit trending on the social networking site twitter by 5pm tonight.
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Alice Pyne from Cumbria was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma four years ago. The terminally ill teenager started an online 'bucket list' of all the things she wanted to do before she died. The touching blog went viral with millions of hits.
The 16 year old has since become a Pride of Britain winner as well as earning a British Empire Medal but her biggest achievement according to her was getting 40,000 to sign the bone marrow donor register.
Alice has today launched another drive to get more people to join up on twitter. She wants to get #onelifeliveit trending by 5pm tonight to find out more click here.
The seriously ill Cumbria teenager Alice Pyne is encouraging more young people to become bone marrow donors.Read the full story ›
A teenager from Ulverston who has terminal cancer is encouraging her school friends to sign the bone marrow register.Read the full story ›