Wales rugby hero Martyn Williams from the torment of losing a loved one with cancer, he tells how our campaign in Wales back strap.
Williams has paid his £ 1 for a bracelet with cancer charity Tenovus password. The flanker Opensides lost both his brother and mother to cancer and Julie Craig has long been active in fundraising. Williams, 36, said, this is a great thing and the more support we get, the better: “My brother and mother have both suffered, I know exactly what the world go by.”. “cancer is one of the things that you probably do not pay much attention to until it happens to you.
“Williams described the moment he discovered the younger brother Craig had cancer in 2000, as if life is’ severely beaten in the teeth. “Craig was 18 when the hospital suffered from headaches before a scan he showed a melanoma that has spread to his brain.
Only three months after diagnosis, when Craig died in December 2000. Venerable flanker Martyn Williams broke his arm in a club match and no longer available for Welsh World Cup squad as cover for potential injuries. Williams is expected to be lost for six weeks after suffering the break last Friday in Ulster, Cardiff Blues on the sidelines.