Hope for Henry

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Our friend and colleague at Liverpool Hope University, Dr Henry Kum, has been diagnosed with two stage 4 cancers that the NHS cannot treat. Help is available in Turkey through Boston University, but the full treatment is estimated to cost nearly £90,000.
His friends are coming together to raise money for his treatment and to support his young family. 
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Embroidered bag from India (red)
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Alien perfume (2 miniatures)
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Everton football shirt signed by team (2012-13)
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Bracelets from Nepal in red, blue and black
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Photograph signed by Mo Salah and Jordan Henderson (scoring a penalty in the Fin
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Ted Baker floral selection
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Photograph signed by Divock Origi (with Champions League Trophy)
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Himalayan Rock Salt Cooking Block (unused!)
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Everton football shirt signed by team (2001)
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Photograph signed by Stephen Gerard (2005 final)
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Case of six bottles of Gigondas (a lovely red from the Rhone valley)
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LFC football shirt (2020-21) signed by squad including Klopp
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Warren James rose gold bracelet
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Original artwork by Jo Elwood 'Two's company'
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Pre-loved Vivienne Westwood dress
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'Whole lotta nothing' - Seinfeld inspired illustration by local artist
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Case of six bottles of red wine (mainly Bordeaux)
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Bespoke artwork by Jo Elwood
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