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FAUN Trackway has given its support to a young woman who is suffering from a rare illness.
Beth Frazer, 21, is a relative of Dan Griffiths, a welder at FAUN’s Llangefni site. She has been diagnosed with a rare brain tumour which has left her unable to walk.
Unfortunately, the complexity of the condition means she needs to raise £150,000 to go to the United States to visit the world’s leading experts on the disease.
Her story has been covered across Wales and nationally, from the North Wales Chronicle and Daily Post, to the Daily Mail.
FAUN is making a contribution to Beth’s fund to help her meet her target so she can get special treatment in the US.
Chris Kendall, director at FAUN Trackway, said: "Everyone who has read Beth’s story has been touched by it and with Dan working at FAUN we’re especially honoured to lend our support to the campaign."
Dave Hughes, chairman of the Beth Frazer Fund, added: "It’s great to see a business like FAUN Trackway get involved in raising awareness of Beth’s case and we’re very grateful for their support.
"We’re getting closer to our target every day and are determined to make it to £150,000 so Beth can get the best treatment possible for this terrible illness."
To donate, please go to: http://www.youcaring.com/medical-fundraiser/please-help-beth/223132.
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