The Echo Newspaper in Essex ran a story about The CATS Foundation and the 13 marathons in 13 months challenge!
In the May edition of the One Jelf magazine there was a feature on Brian Watson and The CATS Foundation.
A gastric feeding tube refers to a piece of medical equipment which is inserted into an individuals stomach to provide nutrition.
The CATS Foundation featured on BBC London News on the 18th April 2012 where they did a feature on the 13 marathons in 13 months challenge!
The CATS Foundation was on Sky Sports 1 on Saturday after Daniel How and Dan Lewi finished the latest marathon at Wembley during half time of the Saracens vs. Harlequins rugby game!
The CATS Foundation is on the Saracens at Wembley website which is promoting the 13 marathons in 13 months challenge!
Enzyme replacement therapy (ERT) is a medical treatment replacing an enzyme in patients in whom that particular enzyme is deficient or absent.
Hexosaminidase A (HEX A) is a vital enzyme produced by the body to break down GM2 ganglioside.
The CATS Foundation was mentioned in The Jewish Chronicle on the 2nd February 2012!