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Luke’s Journey

Luke leaning and looking into the camera

Luke is a cheeky, kind and loving 8-year-old who loves having fun and asking questions. He’s super competitive, which stretches to his keen interest in gaming, particularly Roblox, Minecraft, Super Mario and following his favourite YouTuber, Dan TDM. He was diagnosed with high-risk neuroblastoma in Spring 2017, a particularly rare and aggressive childhood cancer. After

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Daya’s journey

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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Mikey’s journey

Mikey is a playful and loving little toddler, who likes nothing more than to spend hours playing with his toy farm animals while singing “Old Macdonald Had a Farm.” He loves cuddling up to watch Peppa Pig and playing with his baby brother, Bobby. But in December 2017 when Mikey was just 20 months old

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Isaac’s Journey

Isaac is adored by everyone who has met him, especially his little brother. He enjoys playing with his friends, swimming, reading stories and watching Marvel films – Spiderman is his favourite. But this sweet, kind and loving child was diagnosed with high-risk neuroblastoma in May 2018, sending his family’s world crashing down. “When the word

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Breya’s Appeal

Little Breya has been fighting high-risk neuroblastoma since the age of 2. She now needs 8 vital scans not provided on the NHS, to regularly check that she’s still ok and act quickly if she’s not. In January 2017 a tumour was initially discovered on Breya’s adrenal gland and grew to consume the whole of

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Oscar Lymer’s Journey

We are deeply saddened to share the news that beautiful Oscar has passed away. Oscar relapsed earlier this year and his family were fundraising with Solving Kids’ Cancer in case they needed to access treatment not available on the NHS. His family shared on Facebook: “I am heartbroken to say that we lost our beautiful

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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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