'Surviving cancer gave me purpose in life'
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CEO Secrets: 'Surviving cancer gave me purpose in life'

In his early twenties, Bradley Woodhouse thought there was only one aim in business: to make money. But then he developed malignant brain cancer and came close to death. He says the experience showed him his true mission in life: "To start a business that really gave me a purpose in life."

Now his health and fitness app, Weld, provides information for people to help them as they recover from illnesses.

Words and video: Jeremy Howell

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  • 12 Feb 2020
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