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Oscar Lymer’s Journey

Oscar is a very happy 3 year old who loves being big brother to his twin brother and sister.  His favourite things are Peppa Pig, Paw Patrol and popping bubbles. But when he was only 18 months old he was diagnosed with high-risk neuroblastoma.  His next 18 months were spent in intensive treatment – chemotherapy,

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Ellen’s Journey

Happy and easy-going toddler Ellen is always trying to make everyone laugh.  The clown of the house, she’s especially close to her big sister Lucy, who’s just 17 months older than her. But in January 2018 after a series of visits to the doctor with tummy pains, she was diagnosed with stage 4 high-risk neuroblastoma.

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Denver Clinton’s Journey

Denver is a happy, cheeky three year old boy, with two big brothers, Cameron and Lewis, and a big sister, Savannah.  But in May 2018 after a series of visits to the doctor with tummy pains, a mass was found.  The cancer had spread to his lungs and he was diagnosed with stage 4 high-risk

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Reuben Virdee’s Journey

Reuben was a happy 2 year old, playing with his friends at birthday parties, attending pre-school and enjoying his new role as big brother to little Hari.  In December 2016 when he was really looking forward to Father Christmas visiting, his family’s world was turned upside down when he was diagnosed with high-risk neuroblastoma. Reuben

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Rosie Veronica Mitchell’s Journey

Six year old Rosie is a chatty, cheeky princess – everyone who meets her immediately falls in love with her, and she also takes no nonsense, in the nicest possible way!  At the age of just 15 months, she was diagnosed with high-risk neuroblastoma when a tumour was discovered below her eye. Tests showed that

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Teddy Mascaro’s Journey

Teddy is a cheeky, funny and affectionate little boy, who adores cuddles, playing with his friends, and is obsessed with horses!  When he was just 16 months old he became ill, stopped crawling and his personality changed from lively and jolly to fearful and clingy.  Initially doctors thought it was a virus or infection but

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Kira’s Journey

Thanks to enormous public generosity and huge fundraising efforts in response to their urgent appeal, Kira’s family have now raised more than the £340,000 needed for her life-saving treatment. Kira’s been fighting neuroblastoma since she was just 11 years old. She is now 14 and has faced three gruelling rounds of treatment to try to

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Jossie Leaver’s Journey

Jocelyn, affectionately known as Jossie to her family and friends, has been fighting high-risk neuroblastoma since November 2017. Her parents, Stewart and Cassie, chose her name because it means ‘cheerful’. Jossie is a happy-go-lucky child, always smiling and full of enthusiasm and red-headed spirit, despite her chemotherapy, daily injections, regular blood transfusions and endless hospital

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Phoebe Thomas’ Journey

Phoebe Thomas

Phoebe’s been fighting neuroblastoma since she was 9 months old. She is funny, inspiring, cheeky, determined and very cute.  She adores her big sister Amelie, who loves her to bits. After initially being diagnosed with stage 4s neuroblastoma, which in children under 12 months old can regress of its own accord, Phoebe’s disease progressed to

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Phelan’s Journey

19/09/17 On 13 September 2017, Phelan’s parents shared this message: “We are sorry to announce that Phelan grew his wings tonight. He fought a battle that only few are able to win. We are grateful to you all for the support.” Phelan is always smiling! He’s a cheeky, outgoing little boy, except when the demands

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