Running miles and raising money at the London Marathon

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Running miles and raising money at the London Marathon

An estimated 40,000 people will take part in the London Marathon this Sunday.

Among them, Nicola Hill from Greenwich, who is running in memory of her late father Chief Superintendent Malcolm Hill of the Metropolitan Police.

He died from a glioblastoma multiforme also known as GBM, which is a highly aggressive brain tumour with an average life expectancy of just 15 months.

We spoke to Nicola along with Robin Meltzer from Brain Tumour Research.

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