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Solving Kids’ Cancer runs campaigns to fund treatment abroad for individual children who reside in the UK. These campaigns are organised into ‘Journeys’ and ‘Appeals’. Appeals are for families who have determined a treatment for their child abroad for which there is an associated cost to fundraise for. Journeys are less focused campaigns for funds for the eventuality that a child will require a costly treatment path abroad in the future. The key difference between the two formats is whether or not a final decision has been made on which treatment path represents the best option for a family.

Phelan’s Journey

Phelan is always smiling! He’s a cheeky, outgoing little boy, except when the demands of cancer treatment take their toll. He was just 18 months old when he was diagnosed with neuroblastoma and now 4 years old, has spent the last 2 1/2 years undergoing a gruelling treatment regime. In December 2015, end of treatment

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Isabella’s Journey

Like most girls her age, 9-year-old Isabella enjoys Disney, crafting and playing with her friends. Strong and positive, her maturity is way beyond her years! Sadly however, Isabella has spent much of her childhood in hospital, fighting hard to be where she is today. She was diagnosed in October 2010 with high risk neuroblastoma, when

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Mia’s Journey

A strong willed, determined and loving little girl, Mia loves nothing more than playing and interacting with others. In May 2016, Mia was diagnosed with high risk neuroblastoma when she was 4 years old. Since then, she’s been through a multitude of aggressive treatment and procedures including 3 months of intensive chemotherapy, surgery, a stem

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Team Lottie’s Journey

Lottie is a lively, happy little girl. Playful, bubbly and with a sweet wilful nature.  She loves being creative and adores anything pink and sparkly. She was diagnosed with high risk neuroblastoma when she was just 2 ½ years old and so far, has responded well to an extensive treatment regime including chemotherapy and high

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Chloe’s Journey

Chloe had always been a bubbly healthy little girl, she was never ill. At 18 months her parents, Karen and Richard, took her to the doctor after she complained that her tummy hurt. On referral to a dietician, the advice was to stop giving Chloe cow’s milk and leave her on formula milk.

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Kira’s Journey

In January 2014, Kira, who was then 11 years old, began to periodically complain of feeling unwell. She had stabbing pains in her side and general abdominal area and would occasionally vomit. Over the following 7 months, Aud, Kira’s Mum, repeatedly took her to their local General Practitioner surgery. At times, in between visits, Kira’s

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Hayley’s Journey

Hayley was a healthy baby. It was her sister Jessica who caused the family great concern when she was diagnosed with stage 4s neuroblastoma as a baby. Thankfully, Jessica is now 5 years post treatment and in remission. That said, when Hayley was a few months old, her Mum and Dad, Zoe and Brian, did

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Jessica’s Journey

3-year-old Jessica had always been a healthy child until one day in 2011 when Jessica fell and bumped her chin at nursery.  Her family and nursery staff were concerned as the pupils in Jessica’s eyes had changed size. Jessica was taken to hospital and it was from this point onwards that the medical investigations began.

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Farid’s Journey

Farid, a much loved first child for parents Ahmed and Sherine, was born on 28th November 2011. Farid is a big football fan but also likes computer games – especially Pac Man. Farid was a happy and thriving baby; Ahmed and Sherine celebrated every milestone with him and were always amazed by his appetite! He

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Oliver’s Journey

Oliver was a happy baby and Natalie his Mum enjoyed those early months. As Oliver approached his first birthday in 2009, Natalie noticed he was holding objects very close to his face. She decided to take him to the Doctors to have him checked over. She was told three times there was nothing wrong with

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