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In Memory

Olivia Louise Downie

Olivia was born on Christmas Eve 2004. A much longed for first child for Lauren and Steven, Olivia reached all of her developmental milestones before her parents began to notice that she was limping and had a series of back pains along with fatigue. At only 4 years old, Olivia was diagnosed with high risk neuroblastoma, a

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Kyle Crawford

Kyle was born in March 2012, a normal healthy baby. He achieved his developmental milestones and was a very happy, healthy toddler until November 2013. Our first concern was a slight turn in his eye, which was examined by a specialist who found no problems. Towards the end of November 2013 though Kyle began to

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Daniel Gilmour

Daniel from Saltcoats in North Ayrshire sadly lost his life to neuroblastoma at the age of 4. His family and friends have already raised almost £20,000 to support the charities who helped their wee boy so much during his fight.

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Millie-Rose Heaton

Before Millie- Rose was two years old, her parents’ were sitting in a doctor’s surgery at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, reeling from the news that their daughter has neuroblastoma – an aggressive childhood cancer. Millie’s chance of survival could be as low as 5%. That’s because even after successful treatment, four out of five children

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Oscar Knox

10.09.2008- 08.05.2014 Oscar was born in September 2008, first child to Stephen and Leona Knox, a precious and much longed for son. Oscar now also has a beautiful little sister Isobella, better known as Izzie, who was born in July 2010. The two children are very close companions and love playing together. Oscar loves Scooby

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Robyn Higgins

Brave Robyn Higgins passed away on 29th September 2013 after battling neuroblastoma from the age of seven. Robyn was a beautiful girl who inspired thousands of people with her gorgeous smile and cheeky sense of humour. Robyn adored make-up and shopping and when she wasn’t doing this she loved nothing more than to play with

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Adam Sandells

2004 to 23/7/2009. In May 2007, Adam was diagnosed with neuroblastoma. He had tumours in his abdomen, bone marrow and over a third of his skull. Adam immediately began a course of treatment involving chemotherapy, a fourteen hour operation to remove a tumour from his stomach, stem cell transplant, radiotherapy and oral chemotherapy. Fourteen months

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Ben Lee

Ben had widespread disease which had affected his bone marrow, liver, spine and the skull surrounding his eye sockets. Like most neuroblastoma sufferers, Ben had widespread disease before it was discovered. The early symptoms were barely recognisable and could have been attributed to any childhood illness. Ben Thomas Lee was born on 28th September, 2009.

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Felix White

By the summer of 2011 Matt and Colleen’s beautiful son Felix, aged 6, had been battling neuroblastoma for over 2 and a half years. Brave Felix was diagnosed with stage four neuroblastoma at the Royal Marsden hospital after saying he had a sore back which then progressed to a limp in his left leg. Throughout

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Hannah Edwards

9/5/2000 to 20/1/2010 Shortly after turning three in May 2003, Hannah began waking through the night in discomfort and lost her appetite. Parents David and Clare started to worry when Hannah became withdrawn, developed high temperatures and started limping on her right leg. After routine testing at Leicester Royal Infirmary, Hannah was diagnosed with post-viral

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Jack Brown

1/1/2003 to 3/5/2009 In January 2005, Jack Brown developed a limp and after spending over three weeks in Barnet General and Great Ormond Street Hospitals was diagnosed with stage four neuroblastoma. In March 2005, Jack began chemotherapy which did not have any effect. Jack responded well to radioactive MIBG therapy and the treatment successfully removed

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Jacob Marsland

25/4/2002 to 9/1/2009 In January 2007, Jacob began to experience severe stomach pains which were thought to be caused by a stomach bug, virus or food poisoning. When the stomach pains were replaced by a limp which became excruciatingly painful, Jacob was admitted to his local hospital. Over a two month period Jacob was diagnosed

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Jamie Inglis

Brave Jamie Inglis passed away on 15th January 2013 after battling neuroblastoma for half of his life. Jamie inspired thousands of people in his short life, with his beautiful cheeky smile and his unstinting bravery in the face of this brutally aggressive cancer. Jamie’s cheerful, happy spirit and his strong character will never be forgotten

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Adam Bird

11th July 2013 Update: It is with sadness that the NCCA UK announce that Adam lost his courageous battle against neuroblastoma on Thursday 11th July 2013. A statement from Adam’s dad Nick reads: “Just after 9am this morning lying in our bed at home as we held his hand, stroked his hair, and told him

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Sadie-Rose Clifford

Beautiful Sadie Rose was born on 8th August 2009 weighing a very healthy 8lbs 6oz. But in October 2010, after being unwell for a month, parents Katie and Darren were told that 14 month old baby Sadie had stage 4 neuroblastoma. Sadie has been through front line treatment here in the UK. This included 70

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Alfie Sharpe

Alfie Sharpe was born on the 19th August 2007. Alfie is mum and dad Cheree and Steven’s only child. Cheree says, “Alfie is the most beautiful boy in the world –he is our world! He is such a character and has the most infectious laugh imaginable.” After numerous visits to his doctor and Accident and

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