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“Crossing that finish line was like my way of fighting the tumour.”

For 23-year-old Kristie McMillan, a neurosurgery nurse, the past year changed life as she knew it. It’s almost as though her two worlds, the professional and the personal, collided. It was January 28, 2013 and Kristie was at her local gym. Wrapping up her workout, Kristie began to stumble and collapsed on the gym floor, having a seizure. She was then taken to the hospital, where she had three more seizures overnight. “I’ve had to piece together what happened that day...

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