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The Wakefield Trinity Wildcats are supporting the campaign to raise awareness for brain tumours in children and young people.
The Wildcats have recently been made aware of the 'Jack Marshall Brain Tumour Fund', a cause that they are keen to support. The fund has been set up to support Jack, a 5 year old boy who has a brain tumour, in any way that is required and also to raise awareness of Childhood Brain Tumours in the wider community in order to help future sufferers and their families.
Jack and his family are an inspiration to many. At the age of 4 a CT scan discovered that Jack had a brain tumour. After months of grueling operations and high strength chemotherapy, Jack still manages to have a smile on his face and a sense of unbelievable determination for such a young boy.