Lennie, age four, lost his sight after being diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma, a rare type of cancer. Lennie underwent 14 rounds of life-saving chemotherapy at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH), where he was treated on Elephant Ward. Lennie’s dad, Ed, and uncle Henry recently ran the Royal Parks Half Marathon blindfolded raising £1,915 for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity. Here, dad Ed and mum Kath share more of Lennie’s story and Ed explains why he took on his blindfolded challenge.
11-year-old Rafe was diagnosed with a malignant high grade brain tumour when he was four years old. After two neurosurgical operations and 33 sessions of radiotherapy and chemotherapy at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) the tumour was successfully removed. This October, Rafe and his family held a Bake it Better bake sale to raise some vital dough for GOSH. Here’s how he got on.
Rafe was diagnosed with a malignant high grade brain tumour when he was four years old and within five hours of his first MRI scan we were at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). Rafe underwent fifteen months of treatment, including two operations on his brain, and now returns to GOSH regularly for check-ups. This October, Rafe wants you to hold a bake sale and raise vital funds to help patients and their families at GOSH. Taking part is a piece of cake – sign up your bake sale today. Here, Rafe’s mum shares more of their story…
Josh was diagnosed with Burkitt’s Lymphoma in 2012, undergoing treatment at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) and staying on Elephant Ward for nine months. Now seven, Josh is a regular, healthy seven year old boy who is excelling at school. This Father’s Day, Josh’s dad Paul shares their story and explains why he’s taking on RideLondon-Surrey, a 100 mile cycling challenge to raise money for GOSH.
Nine-year-old Millie was diagnosed with a brain tumour after losing the vision in one eye overnight. After undergoing neurosurgery and several cycles of chemotherapy at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH), Millie is now in remission. Dad Marco shares their story.
I love being a practice educator. Improving clinical standards through education and training is what it’s all about. We need practice educators to improve and maintain standards, to challenge people, to bring in new ideas and to keep staff engaged and motivated.
Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) patients Nikki Christou and Jonathan He, Hollie Green – sibling of former GOSH patient Danny – and GOSH staff Rachel Cooke and Margaret Clapson were the recipients of WellChild Awards at the eighth annual ceremony held last night at the Dorchester Hotel on London’s Park Lane.
HRH The Prince of Wales visited the cancer and neurology wards at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) today, paying special visits to three patients.
Kiss it Better is an initiative to raise money for research into the causes and treatment of childhood cancer – the biggest disease affecting children today. Six-year-old Enda spent a significant amount of time at Great Ormond Street Hospital battling Langerhans’ cell histiocytosis.