This man. This man with the gnarly flaming headband. He’s a hero.
His name is John Underwood, and you've probably seen his face all over your Twitter feed. He's the guy who started blogging his battle with a rare form of cancer, raising loadsa money from internet strangers in the process.
After being diagnosed with late-stage lymphoma last month, he set up a Just Giving page for the Anthony Nolan charity. He placed his original target at £1,000. Since then, the campaign has raised over £30,000.
Here's a picture of John in some more bitchin' headware.
Alongside the donation page, John has also been running a blog, John vs Cancer, where he chronicles all of the life-changing weirdness that a cancer diagnosis brings. It's dark, touching and often hilarious, and we suggest you take a visit.
To quote John, Anthony Nolan is a charity "that finds stem cell transplants for people who, like [John], have a cancer of the blood.
"Stem cell transplants are properly, unfathomably futuristic stuff, and they offer the closest thing we have to a cure for cancer - a complete purge that replaces diseased bone marrow with healthy stem cells. Some people are lucky enough to have a stem cell match in their immediate family, but plenty don't, and that's where Anthony Nolan comes in."
So yeah, people are cool. Do something good today.
Images: John's blog