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CONVOY PROVIDES SUPPORT
Battler joins ride for cancer families
Long-time Harley lover Glen Milsom, who inspects his 99 Super Glide alongside his wife Karen and her
son Ryan Silver, 12, plans to ride in the ACT Cancer support group convoy after being diagnosed with
Photo: Matt Bedford
Karen knew when she married Glen
Milsom his first love was
After a nightmarish 2014, when
she discovered Glen had inoperable
liver cancer, she was brought to
tears seeing him strong enough to
It was meant to be our happiest
time last year when we got
married, she said.
It feels like it s been one thing
after another really.
But everything that possibly
could have been thrown at us we
have caught and thrown back.
Glen, 53, is part of a 150-strong
group of registered riders who will
tackle the 2015 Convoy for Cancer
Families on Sunday.
His 99 Super Glide Harley-
Davidson will be polished up and
ready to roll.
"I have always had bikes and
used to race them years and years
ago," Glen said.
The Milsoms were hit with the
shocking news of Glen s cancer
only a few months after returning
from their honeymoon.
"They told me it s not good,"
"I can t have a transplant and
there is no operating.
My spleen is enlarged and this
tumour is feeding off my main
Faced with a bleak prognosis, the
Milsoms searched for any available
treatment option and were told
pellet radiation therapy implanted
internally was Glen s best chance to
combat his cancer.
They received financial
assistance from The Storr Liver
Centre to cover part of the $8000
upfront treatment costs -- but
medical and travel expenses, to and
from Sydney, have hit the family
"We are both on pensions," she
said. "The Eden Monaro Cancer
Support Group have been fantastic
and have been able to help set us up
with a pharmacy account, petrol
vouchers, all things that have
helped to ease the burden."
Karen said the couple s plans,
including the patter of tiny feet,
were on hold until results due in
April could determine how
successful the internal radiation
therapy had been.
Glen said staying positive was
vital in his fight against cancer and
taking part in the Sunday convoy
was proof he had plenty in the tank
to keep battling.
"It s not going to beat me. You
have to stay positive on everything.
Everyone at the convoy is out
there for the same reason. I m a
cancer patient but I feel that it s
important to be there to support
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