R3’s Head of Sales and marketing raising money for sister-in-law as cancer returns

Well-known industry sales specialist Steve Cobb, who is now Head of Sales and Marketing at asphalt testing specialists, R3 Ltd, is raising money to support his sister-in-law Emma Sabin, who was given the sad news by doctors that nothing can be done to treat her for cancer.

Emma was a regular face at industry events such as Traffex in the past when she was Sales Director at Hemming Group, organisers of the event.

Ten years ago, just a couple of days before her 40th birthday, Emma was diagnosed with an extremely aggressive form of breast cancer. Emma realised that, in order to survive, she didn’t just need fast treatment, but this needed to be followed up by changing every part of her lifestyle to address the root causes of her cancer.

This sent her on an incredible journey of self-discovery and healing which involved her leaving behind her career and everything she knew to begin a new life in Ibiza. She became well-versed in cancer and self-healing and courageously chose to share this experience and knowledge with others as a Radical Remission cancer coach.

Just last week she was hit with the devastating news that her cancer has returned, metastasised and has spread more extensively than initially anticipated. The Ibiza hospital’s medical team have informed her there are no conventional treatment options available. Her only realistic chance of survival is to access the most cutting-edge, targeted and gene-specific treatments, available at a private clinic in Spain. Cancer treatments have come a long way in the last 10 years and do work, but they are extremely expensive and need to be accessed quickly for her to have any chance of survival.

Emma, being the incredible person that she is, is not giving up. She’s determined to explore all avenues in her quest for healing.

The donations will entirely go to Emma and will enable her to access the specific, fully integrative oncology treatment she needs as quickly as possible.

Steve Cobb said: “We have already raised an incredible £35,000 and need to get to £100,000 for the treatment that Emma needs to start as soon as possible so any donations from the highways industry would be welcomed with so much appreciation.”

You can donate here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/please-donate-towards-emmas-urgent-treatment


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