I do not wish to intrude, as a stranger, on something so personal, so please forgive me, but I felt so compelled to write. Alex’s story, and that of his friends and family, truly touched me last night. What a wonderful lad, and what a wonderful family, wife and friends. It brings back to mind the incredible strengh my young mother had when she was taken from us by this disease. How proud you all must be to have had Alex in your lives, and to have, I am sure, many, many amazing memories of your time together. I send you all my warmest regards, Elise Brockhurst

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2 Responses to Inspirational

  1. Anon says:

    I watched Alex’s documentary last night. His positive outlook on life and his courage throughout his battle against cancer astounded me – what an amazing person, and what a loving family. I will remember his story. x

  2. Patricia Salbut-Jezior says:

    I was very touched by Alex’s story and his possitive attitude. My brother also died from bone cancer a year and a half ago and he was my inspiration as well in his battle with cancer. I’d like to say that I really admire Alex’s wife for being such a strong young lady, for being able to be with him till the end I do know what it means to witness someone you love dying, and seeing them in pain and not being able to help. I wish you all lots of strength, it gets a bit easier with time….

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