by Hind Elsadati, Centennial Journalism
On a bright Sunday morning, Rosemary Panicci stands in a large crowd at York University, ready to participate in the annual Terry Fox Run. Along with her father and brother, she wishes to honour the memory of her mother who died of leiomyosarcoma of the uterus two and a half years ago. She explains to Centennial Journalism’s Hind Elsadati what Terry Fox and his legacy mean to her. Listen here.