A York leukaemia sufferer steps out for charity
1:50pm 1st October 2010
"The worst day of my life"
That's how a recovering York Leukaemia sufferer describes the moment he found out he had cancer.
Family man Harvey Greenwold lives in Easingwold.
He was diagnosed in 2001.
Harvey's now in remission, but does still have traces of leukaemia in his blood.
But he's not letting it run his life, he's now an avid fundrasier for the Leukaemia and Lymphoma research charity.
Tomorrow he's taking part in the 'Forget Me Not' walk through York city centre.
For more details go to www.forgotmenotwalks.com
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