Ross and Katie Jeavons talk to the BBC to raise awareness of OA/TOF

TOFS supporters, Ross and Katie Jeavons, talked to BBC South Today about some of the issues that being born with long-gap OA and TOF has had on their son, Corey.

The couple are joined by TOFS’ treasurer, John Pearce.

Ross is running the London Marathon for TOFS in October, and you can support him via his Peoples Fundraising page, RossForTOFS

You can also read all about our amazing London Marathon runners here

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