Olivia was diagnosed with Burkitt's lymphoma earlier this year and had treatment both before and during lockdown
Just as the COVID-19 pandemic took hold across the country, Henry was diagnosed with AML. He was only 5 months old at the time.
Maisie had a stem cell transplant from her sister during lockdown and is now set to shield until April 2021
Jeremy’s story: “Hes got two sisters and they can’t visit at the moment, it’s just one parent at a time”
Jeremy was diagnosed with osteosarcoma just before lockdown - he decided to make a video with his Dad to document his experience
Aurora-Grace’s story: ‘We went from thinking it was a bit of bloating, a bit of wind, to suddenly ‘this is a serious problem, this needs to be looked at’
Aurora was diagnosed with cancer at two weeks old last year when her Mum noticed her tummy was swollen
Jude’s Story: “I saw Jude’s little face and I thought, how the hell am I going to tell him what’s wrong with him?”
On Jude’s 8th birthday a CT scan revealed he had a tumour the size of a plum in the back of his head. He was diagnosed with Medulloblastoma the week before the country went into lock-down in March.
Sarah had a life-saving transplant from her brother during lockdown and will now shield until May next year
Seren has used her Thrive Not Just Survive grant, made possible by our partner, Societe Generale, to fund driving lessons to help her on the road to her long-term career goal.
Katie’s story: “Your whole life changes, it’s like a pivotal point in your life, and everything from that moment is different.”
Callum and Nanette’s family were supported by CLIC Sargent when their daughter Katie was diagnosed in 2017 with Undifferentiated Neuroendocrine Carcinoma, a cancer that’s incredibly rare in adults, but even rarer in children. Very sadly Katie died aged 17 last September. Here Callum and Nanette share Katie’s story.
Sachin was diagnosed with osteosarcoma a few weeks before lockdown and has since been juggling treatment with shielding and school work