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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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Smiles for Stanley Fund

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Oscar Knox Fund

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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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Daya Amole’s Urgent Appeal

Daya is a fun loving 22-month-old toddler, who is smiley, cheeky, strong and resilient. When she was just eleven months old, Daya was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, a rare and aggressive cancer, after a huge mass was discovered in her abdomen. Further tests confirmed that the cancer had spread quickly to her lymphatic system and bones.

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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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Glow Gold

Each September, thousands of people around the world wear a gold ribbon to raise awareness of childhood cancers.  This Childhood Cancer Awareness Month we’d love you to Glow Gold for Solving Kids’ Cancer With your support, we can give hope to children affected by rare cancer neuroblastoma by funding ground-breaking scientific research and helping families

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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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