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Lee Whittaker

Lee Whittaker is crowdfunding

raised of £55,000 target by 5 supporters

Weʼre raising £55,000 to multiple sclerosis HSCT stem cell transplant THIS IS A NEW PAGE AS THE OTHER CLOSED AFTER 120 days raising £3751

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Christmas 2021 Lee unknowingly had an episode of Multiple Sclerosis, going into hospital with a suspected, brain tumour, This left him hospitalised, unable to walk and impaired speech. Lee left hospital with a RRms diagnosis leaving him for bed bound, through his social network and people reaching out Lee was guided toward Canadian Drs who specialised in multiple sclerosis. through this, Lee lost 12 stones in weight learn to walk again talk again all through diet, exercise & wellbeing alone.

Lee has unfortunately been missed diagnosed for previous episodes by the NHS, but after his best recovery from his by far worse episode on the Canadians approach, Lee choose not to go on the DMT’s drugs offered by the NHS, which would give him side effects and possibly not work at all. The drug approach has been left on the table as an option.

In 2023 Lee was offered after being recommended to be part of a Stem Cell transplant trail in UK, Lee underwent 3 months of some of the most stringent medical tests, spinal taps, hours of MRI’s, but unfortunately when it came to the final, 50-50 randomisation play was on the other part of the 50-50. Lee has been told through the tests he has progressively advancing multiple sclerosis and a recommendation to get a stem cell transplant to help stop any progression and the best 1st line treatment availabl.

Lee has since been handed back to the NHS, who have looked into getting the stem cell transplant on compassionate grounds through the NHS, but unfortunately Lee does not qualify because he hasn’t failed any drugs routes offered in the past, Lee had chosen not do follow the drug route due to the risk of having an episode and relapse by taking the drugs which only have a 37% of working based on 2yrs of research evidenc.

A stem cell transplant 80% chance of working based on 20years of use, along with his lifestyle will basically cure him to lead a life without fear of a further episodes that could lead to no return due to his lesion scaring on his brain & spinal cord from years of attacks.

Lee has had recomendations by the worlds leading Drs/professors to get the HSCT ASAP as gives him the best chance of a less disabilitating life, and gives Lee a possibility of being able to get a new Myelin cell re-generation in the future 7-8yrs away thats currently in trail And possibly lead to the cure to MS.

arrangements .transplant to halt the progression, HSCT is the best 1st line treatment available currently.

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  • Lee Whittaker4 months ago
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    Lee Whittaker

    4 months ago

    Thank You to❤️@harrycharrington❤️& @fox_international ❤️ who have kindly 👏donated👏 these beautiful 💥MINI MICRON X 4 rod presention set 🎉 towards my❤️‍🩹@hsctmexico Transplant ❤️‍🩹 To enter £1 per entry 💥 Put Fox in payment with NAME 💋🫶

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  • Lee Whittaker4 months ago
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    Lee Whittaker

    4 months ago

    This is a new page as other closed after 120 days, The former page raised £3751 🫶

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Page last updated on: 2/29/2024 22.02



  • The Jones family

    The Jones family

    Feb 29, 2024

    Best of luck Lee - we’ll be thinking of you - wishing you a speedy recovery 🤗 😘


  • Glenn Talbot

    Glenn Talbot

    Feb 20, 2024

    All the best Lee


  • Mark Blythman

    Mark Blythman

    Jan 10, 2024

    Hope this helps


  • Steve Brickstock

    Steve Brickstock

    Jan 6, 2024

    Sending one of the friendliest, happiest and genuinely nicest blokes I’ve ever had the pleasure of meeting all the very of best wishes, good luck Lee mate!#omcfamily


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    Jan 3, 2024

    FOX . Keep up the work Lee will soon be on the mend

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Lee Whittaker

Lee Whittaker

Lee Whittaker, husband for over twenty years to Jacqueline & son Alfie 12 Iunknowingly Lee had been living with MS and untreated for 20+ years, at Christmas Day 2021, I was rushed in to hospital with a suspected brain tumour, lee was diagnosed with RRMS stage 2 advancing.

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