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Weʼre raising £200 to help raise funds for Riley to go to america for treatment for a rare cancer please help click on page for more info on Rileys cause

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I will be cycling 173 miles to the big ben london for this riley please read below. A lot of people have helped me raise quite a bit for charities im asking for your help again please donate I will be funding cycle, stay etc myself if anybody wishes to join me feel free THANKYOU PLEASE DONATE

The family of a baby boy suffering from a rare form of cancer are trying to raise £30,000 to get him to America for treatment.
Eleven-month-old Riley Clay was diagnosed with an extrarenal rhabdoid tumour, a very aggressive form of tumour, in September.
His parents Naomi Banks and Rob Clay are now pinning their hopes on raising enough money to pay for potentially life-saving proton therapy in either Boston or Philadelphia.
And they are already halfway towards their £30,000 target after less than a month.
Riley was one of a set of triplets born in January. In September he stopped moving his left arm and was sent for an ultrasound.
This showed there was a tumour in his shoulder, and a biopsy subsequently revealed that it was cancerous.
An MRI scan showed that Riley's cancer had not spread, and he has now started to receive chemotherapy.
The family want Riley to receive proton therapy after the operation, believing that it will give the best chance of killing off any remaining cancer cells.
Riley Clay has been diagnosed with a rare form of cancer

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    • Dave OSullivan

      Dave OSullivan

      Nov 19, 2016

      Good luck mate.


    • Scott Griffin

      Scott Griffin

      Nov 19, 2016

      Good luck mate and god bless you little man xxxx


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      Nov 18, 2016



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