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Nadine Allott ran the London Marathon to challenge the stigma surrounding mental health.

Nadine Allott ran in this year's London Marathon for the mental health charity Mind.A survey published last week revealed that PTSD rates among officers were five times higher than the general population

Nadine Allott ran in this year's London Marathon for the mental health charity Mind.A survey published last week revealed that PTSD rates among officers were five times higher than the general population

Date - 18th May 2019
By - Harry Wise
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A police staffer completed the London Marathon in honour of a colleague who took his own life three years ago. Nadine Allott, who works as a South Yorkshire Police call handler, ran the marathon to raise money for mental health charity MIND in...
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