Poppy Martin

Poppy was first diagnosed early July 2016 when she was just 16 months old. She has neurofibromatosis type 1, which has caused a tumour to grow behind her left eye. Poppy has so far faced 72 rounds of chemotherapy, but sadly the tumour continues to grow, and the tumour is inoperable in the UK.  The children’s hospital of Philadelphia may be able to treat poppy’s tumour with proton beam therapy. Poppys family just want to make there little girl better. To get poppy the treatment she needs we must raise around £300,000.