Craig McIvor, who was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2018, is part of Battle Cancer’s initiative to help survivors with the deadly disease. Photo: Handout Craig McIvor, who was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2018, is part of Battle Cancer’s initiative to help survivors with the deadly disease. Photo: Handout
Craig McIvor, who was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2018, is part of Battle Cancer’s initiative to help survivors with the deadly disease. Photo: Handout
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Former Royal Marine using CrossFit to help battle cancer – ‘this has made me open my eyes so much wider’

  • 31-year-old Briton Craig McIvor began having seizures in 2018 before being diagnosed with a brain tumour
  • McIvor is also a part of Battle Cancer, a fundraising effort that has drawn support from Hollywood celebrities such as Matt Damon and footballer Dani Alves

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Craig McIvor, who was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2018, is part of Battle Cancer’s initiative to help survivors with the deadly disease. Photo: Handout Craig McIvor, who was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2018, is part of Battle Cancer’s initiative to help survivors with the deadly disease. Photo: Handout
Craig McIvor, who was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2018, is part of Battle Cancer’s initiative to help survivors with the deadly disease. Photo: Handout
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