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

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

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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