Mar 16, 2015 6:58 PM
HAMPSTEAD- Officer Matt Moore's life changed in an instant. After suffering a seizure last fall, the 37-year-old husband and father of two learned he has stage 3 brain cancer.
After surgery and a round of intense radiation and chemotherapy, Moore will spend the next year undergoing another series of treatments every three weeks.
Moore is unable to work while he's fighting the disease. His wife, Teri, is a police officer in Windham. Both Hampstead and Windham police are rallying behind the Moore family to raise money for them any way they can.
The foundation "No Moore Cancer" was created to benefit the young family. A fundraising event will take place April 4 at the Castleton in Windham. Contact Windham or Hampstead police for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Monetary donations can be made at the "No Moore Cancer Fund" at the TD Bank in Hampstead.
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