Jamie Gane
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Jamie has been involved with many media outlets such as The Sun and the BBC. He is also heavily involved in social media, keeping his followers up to date on Instagram and Facebook.

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  "Budding athlete from Basingstoke set to have leg amputated"   A BUDDING sports star cried tears of joy when the NHS finally agreed to amputate his right leg, because the operation means he can work towards his dream of competing in the Tokyo Paralympic Games in 2020.  Most people would be distraught at the thought of losing a limb, but for Jamie Gane the amputation means that he may finally see an end to constant chronic pain.  The 22-year-old, from Basingstoke, who is studying at IFS University College, in London, has severe and chronic plantar fasciitis, causing him to suffer unbelievable pain in his right foot since he was 11-years-old. The repetitive strain injury means it is impossible for his foot to be touched, or to have any pressure placed on it without searing pain.     Click Here to Read More...

"Budding athlete from Basingstoke set to have leg amputated"

A BUDDING sports star cried tears of joy when the NHS finally agreed to amputate his right leg, because the operation means he can work towards his dream of competing in the Tokyo Paralympic Games in 2020.

Most people would be distraught at the thought of losing a limb, but for Jamie Gane the amputation means that he may finally see an end to constant chronic pain.

The 22-year-old, from Basingstoke, who is studying at IFS University College, in London, has severe and chronic plantar fasciitis, causing him to suffer unbelievable pain in his right foot since he was 11-years-old. The repetitive strain injury means it is impossible for his foot to be touched, or to have any pressure placed on it without searing pain.

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  "Camberley man calls for help to fund life saving treatment"   It's big dreams for a man from Camberley, despite plans to get a leg amputation.  Jamie Gane, who's in his final year of uni, has been suffering with chronic plantar fasciitis for 12 years.  It means he can't feel anything in his right foot.    "It's completely affecting my life, its affecting how I'm able to function...  "On average I spend about 2 days in bed because I'm in so much pain.  "I don't want to be in pain, I'm 22 years old, I'm relatively fit and I want to be able to do what my friends are doing.     Click Here to Read More...

"Camberley man calls for help to fund life saving treatment"

It's big dreams for a man from Camberley, despite plans to get a leg amputation.

Jamie Gane, who's in his final year of uni, has been suffering with chronic plantar fasciitis for 12 years. It means he can't feel anything in his right foot. 

"It's completely affecting my life, its affecting how I'm able to function...

"On average I spend about 2 days in bed because I'm in so much pain.

"I don't want to be in pain, I'm 22 years old, I'm relatively fit and I want to be able to do what my friends are doing.

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  "I cried with happiness when docs told me they would finally amputate my leg"   A YOUNG man has revealed how he cried with happiness after learning that he was allowed to have his leg AMPUTATED – and said that it was the best news he had ever received.  22-year-old Jamie Gane was over-the-moon when he learnt that the NHS had agreed to amputate his right leg below the knee – because he has been in constant pain for 12 years. It will also hopefully also enable him to fulfil a lifelong dream and compete in the Paralympics Games in Tokyo 2020.  Jamie, from Basingstoke, Hampshire, has battled with over a decade of chronic pain, after collapsing when he was 10, during a holiday in Disneyworld, Florida.     Click Here to Read More...

"I cried with happiness when docs told me they would finally amputate my leg"

A YOUNG man has revealed how he cried with happiness after learning that he was allowed to have his leg AMPUTATED – and said that it was the best news he had ever received.

22-year-old Jamie Gane was over-the-moon when he learnt that the NHS had agreed to amputate his right leg below the knee – because he has been in constant pain for 12 years. It will also hopefully also enable him to fulfil a lifelong dream and compete in the Paralympics Games in Tokyo 2020.

Jamie, from Basingstoke, Hampshire, has battled with over a decade of chronic pain, after collapsing when he was 10, during a holiday in Disneyworld, Florida.

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