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Sam Taylor-Wood’s depiction of cancer sufferers to be displayed at a Kirkcaldy hospital

Photographs taken by award winning film director Sam Taylor Wood to be exhibited at Maggies Centres

Samantha Booth [mailto:Samantha.Booth@maggiescentres.org]

Dr Bob Grant - had bone cancer as a teen and subsequently lost his right leg. He has worked hard to improve cancer care and raised thousands for cancer charities by completing a 108 mile hike along Fifes Costal Path from Maggies Dundee to Maggies Edinburgh via Maggies Fife.

Richard Smith - had testicular cancer. At the time of his portrait Richard was in training for a Polar expedition on foot and without back up in the tradition of Scott and Shackleton.

Jim - both he and his wife Marion, who he lost to cancer, visited Maggies Fife. Jim was Marions carer.

Shamash Family - Edward was told he was only given such full on life saving treatment for his brain tumour because he was such a fit golfer and marathon runner. He and his wife Maggie raised �7500 for Maggies before he sadly died.

Photographs taken by award winning film director Sam Taylor Wood to be exhibited at Maggies Centres Samantha Booth [mailto:Samantha.Booth@maggiescentres.org] Dr Bob Grant - had bone cancer as a teen and subsequently lost his right leg. He has worked hard to improve cancer care and raised thousands for cancer charities by completing a 108 mile hike along Fifes Costal Path from Maggies Dundee to Maggies Edinburgh via Maggies Fife. Richard Smith - had testicular cancer. At the time of his portrait Richard was in training for a Polar expedition on foot and without back up in the tradition of Scott and Shackleton. Jim - both he and his wife Marion, who he lost to cancer, visited Maggies Fife. Jim was Marions carer. Shamash Family - Edward was told he was only given such full on life saving treatment for his brain tumour because he was such a fit golfer and marathon runner. He and his wife Maggie raised �7500 for Maggies before he sadly died.

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