Last night, Cancer Research U.K. held their annual stand up to cancer campaign.
Our very own Isla Caton featured in the campaign to raise vital awareness for childhood cancer.
Isla is currently in Barcelona after relapsing, having an Antibody & Chemotherapy combination treatment, which is not available in the U.K.
The treatment she is receiving is harsh, and painful, but in other countries has shown to improve and even rid the body of cancer.
Isla travelled to Barcelona with 12 spots of Neuroblastoma, and we are so pleased to tell you, that treatment is working and working well, Isla currently has only 2 spots of cancer showing.
The hard work doesn’t stop there though, Isla still needs to fundraise for the vaccine trial to hopefully prevent the cancer ever returning.
The aim of the Bradley Lowery Foundation is to not only help children get the treatment they need, but to also get life saving treatment in the U.K. HU3F8 antibody is proving to work all over the world, we need it here!!
It is our hope that CRUK and their SU2C campaign look into getting HU3F8 antibody into the U.K. so that children can access the treatment here.
Sometimes it’s not about creating new treatments, but using treatments already proven to work and making them accessible to all.
You can donate to Isla’s appeal below.
Please share Isla’s story far and wide.