After noticing Frank had a swollen eye on 12th January we made several trips to various hospitals until he was finally diagnosed in February 2018 with high risk Neuroblastoma, a rare and aggressive cancer. The devastating news has turned Franks families world upside down but thankfully, Frank is responding well to the very invasive treatment he has had and the cancer is shrinking away. Although this is good news, Frank still has a lot more treatment to go including radiotherapy and immunotherapy after already undergoing major surgery and chemotherapy. Neuroblastoma has a high relapse rate so we are trying to raise £200k so that Frank can receive pioneering treatment in America which is designed to stop the cancer returning. Frank has been so brave throughout it all and has taken everything in his stride.
Franks mum said ”We just want to give our amazing boy the best chance of living a long and full life.”
Thank you xx
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BLF will hold funds on behalf of Frank and pay invoices directly.
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Parents will then be given a choice to donate the remaining 50% to an already registered children’s charity of their choice.