Freddie's story

Freddie's story

Freddie was diagnosed with stage one neuroblastoma when he was nine days old. During surgery, consultants realised Freddie’s cancer had progressed to stage four S.

“From having our first child been born with cancer, the first year was different to most others but that was our norm. It was stressful, but the doctors nurses and other oncology mums and dads made the hard times a little easier.” Kerrie and Cameron share their story.

Lauren's story

Lauren's story

Lauren was diagnosed with neuroblastoma in 1983, when she was 16 months old. Today she says, ‘It is a privilege to share my story. I’ve been given the gift of being here - now, as a parent myself, I want to give something back to help others.” Lauren tells her own story.

Ryan's story

Ryan's story

“Ryan was diagnosed with stage 4 high risk neuroblastoma on 26th October 2009, when he was three years old. He was given less than 5% chance of surviving until Christmas. Today, Ryan is a happy 13 year old. I hope that sharing our positive story goes a long way in giving other families hope.” His mum Lisa shares their story.

Evie's story

Evie's story

“We were told that Evie had neuroblastoma just before Christmas 2015. In March 2017, Evie got the all clear and rang the treatment belI. During her treatment, I really needed to hear from families whose children had survived, I needed to know that children made it. That’s why I wanted to share our story, to share the good news.”

Florence's story

Florence's story

“Our beautiful daughter Florence was diagnosed with neuroblastoma in December 2015. On 11 February 2017, Florence passed away peacefully with her family around her. She was two and half years old. “ Florence’s mum Carolyn shares their story.