Meet some of the families we support.
Eden’s StorySeven-year-old Eden lives at home with her parents, her baby brother, two cats and a dog. Described as a bundle of craziness, sassiness, attitude and noise, her parents Kate and Asa knew something wasn’t right when, in 2017, a then three-year-old Eden began napping more frequently and complaining of pain in her joints. It was […]
Tabitha’s StoryIn October 2020, 16-year-old Tabitha Tuckley from Northamptonshire was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Tabitha is currently receiving treatment and now hopes to raise awareness of teenage cancer by sharing her journey on her YouTube channel. Watch this video to hear Tabitha talking about her diagnosis and treatment:
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 […]
Darcey’s storyWatch this video to see how PASIC helped Darcey’s family when she was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic leukaemia.