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Long Sutton mum's London Marathon to remember nan who died from pancreatic cancer

A mum will run her first ever marathon to fight pancreatic cancer because it claimed the life of her nan and four of her nan's siblings.

Imogen Varnham (29), from Long Sutton, is a genetic carrier for the disease, which is the 11th most common cancer, the fifth biggest cancer killer and has only a 7% survival rate.

Imogen lost her nan - Dorothy Delahoy (64) - in 2005 - and was herself aged just 15 at the time.

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