Droylsden mum with rare cancer launches her own business to raise funds.

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Droylsden mum Zoe Brannigan has incurable synovial cancer which attacks soft tissue and effects just one percent of cancer sufferers she is desperate to see her 4 year old daughter grow up.

She and her partner Chris have launched their own business from their Sunnyside Road home to help raise funds for treatment to fight the disease. Zoe and Chris came up with the idea of providing a free delivery service in Tameside of 100% organic juice and homemade meal replacement drinks and have called their business juice IV Life.

Zoe has completely changed her diet after travelling to Germany for pioneering immunotherapy treatment. She has undergone three operations already and has visited the Bavarian clinic three times following a community fundraising effort.

It is vital Zoe receives further treatment for her condition and further funds are needed for this.

To help Zoe you can donate via paypal at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or order the juices by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

or call 07533 743005.

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