Shaun fundraises for charity after surviving ultra-rare cancer

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A KILSYTH man who was the first person in Great Britain to survive a very rare form of cancer is on a mission to deliver a cash boost for the charity that changed his life.

A LOCAL man said to be the first person in Great Britain to survive a very rare form of cancer is on a mission to deliver a cash boost for the charity that changed his life.

Shaun Gillhaney was only 13 years old when he was diagnosed, and then subsequently endured a year of chemotherapy and a year of radiotherapy.

But he has battled back and is now set to fundraise for the Teenage Cancer Trust for helping him through his ordeal.

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