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    Weʼve raised £3,129 to Andrew (11) has been diagnosed with a rare and aggressive brain tumour. We want to raise funds to allow his parents to care for him.

    Funded on Thursday, 13th June 2019

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    Story

    Andrew is a ray of sunshine in the lives of those who know him. He was a very healthy child until last year when he started having seizures, the doctors put that down to epilepsy.

    However, during the Christmas period his symptoms worsened and it was discovered Andrew had a brain tumour. For 5 weeks the doctors tried to understand his clinical picture but could not find a diagnosis. Until , finally , on the 11th of February 2019 the diagnosis came and it was such a shock.

    Andrew has very rare and agressive brain tumours, gliomastosis cerebri, it‘s inoparable and we are hoping treatment is going to help him.

    Andrew has an 8 month old baby sister and his parents will need to devote their time to caring for her and Andrew during this time. We are hoping to raise funds to allow them to focus on their son and not worry about the loss of earnings by not working and to help them with expenses of transport and hospital stays.

    Please support this family with your donatios and prayers.

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    • ian leslie5 months ago
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      5 months ago
      Update from the Page owner

      We cannot thank everyone enough. If you shared, donated, sent us positive thoughts or prayed, we thank you. Gliomatosis cerebri is a very rare type of brain cancer, it is aggressive and very resistant to treatment. Andrew is having radiotherapy sessions twice a day. Some times he stays in hospital and others he is allowed home. His parents have to travel backs and forward and that’s costing them a lot financially, but at this time I don’t want them to worry how they going to fund this. So please keep sharing and thank you again. Cecilia

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    • ian leslie5 months ago
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      ian leslie

      5 months ago

      Thank you so much for everyone that is supporting Andrew. The treatment he is receiving is radiotherapy twice a day. The doctors can not operate so this is his best shot! I please ask you to continue praying, thinking of him or donate to his fund, his parents really need our support ❤️ Andrew, your ‘auntie’ loves you so much , you are showing so much bravery and resilience, we are all rooting for you !

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    • ian leslie5 months ago
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      5 months ago
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    Supporters

    77

    • lisa bryson

      lisa bryson

      Feb 28, 2019

      £10.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Feb 28, 2019

    • Peter Maniam

      Peter Maniam

      Feb 28, 2019

      £20.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Feb 26, 2019

      Ei Andrew. Estamos aqui orando por voce. Que Deus te abencoe muito

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Feb 24, 2019

      £57.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Feb 24, 2019

      £20.00

    • robin henniker

      robin henniker

      Feb 23, 2019

      £20.00

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