Meet some of the families we support.
Cohen’s StoryIt’s been such a shame as it’s so hard for a four-year-old to go through all of this and then not to have friends or family able to visit. Five-year-old train-lover, Cohen, was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer in May 2020 after his mother discovered a lump in his leg. The devastating news was made […]
Jake’s StoryI’d never heard of children being diagnosed with testicular cancer. We were so shocked – I thought it was something only older men could get. In June 2019, six-year-old Jake was diagnosed with testicular cancer – one of the more common cancers in adult men, but one that rarely affects young boys. Jake’s mum, Nicola, […]
Jess’ StoryPASIC brought us together more as a family, they were very supportive. In May 2014, Jess, aged five years old, had been unwell for a while. Despite three trips to the GP, the family were told there was nothing wrong. Eventually, an x-ray showed Jess’ lung was full of fluid. Blue-lighted to QMC, she ended […]
Leo’s StoryLeo was diagnosed with Wilms tumour, aged 3. He’s faced intensive treatment including chemotherapy and surgery for a malignant tumour in the upper left renal kidney.
Darcey’s storyWatch this video to see how PASIC helped Darcey’s family when she was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic leukaemia.