A little girl’s relatives have suggested their heartbreak after being told her cancer has an 82 percent possibility of returning within two months of finishing her heated treatment.
Three-year-old Eden Eyre is now battling high-risk theatre 4 neuroblastoma – the same cancer fought by dauntless six-year-old Bradley Lowery.
The gift set up in the little boy’s name is now saving other immature children opposite the UK and has recently lent its support to Eden’s fight.
Eden’s relatives Billy and Emma Eyre are unfortunate to lift £200,000 so they can take their daughter to the US for a life saving vaccination – and have just a few brief months to come up with the cash.
‘It has been an positively harmful and dire time for us as a family and the battle continues to turn harder,’ the relatives said.
Their daughter was diagnosed with the cancer in Jul 2016 after seeing the routinely ‘sparkly, enterprising and happy little girl’ had ‘basically turn a bombard of her former self’.
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Billy and Emma were given the harmful news that Eden had a tumour that was fast assertive her little body.
To make matters worse, the family had just changed out of their home and were due to pierce from London to Nottingham.
Suddenly, they found they were homeless – crashing on families and friends sofas – and were forced to quit their jobs to stay and caring for Eden.
‘It was awful,’ Eden’s aunt Natasha Sidhu, from Isleworth, told Metro.co.uk. ‘They were in the routine of moving so they’d given up the franchise of their flat.
‘They had to stay so they were homeless, unexpected crashing with families.
‘Everything happened at the comprehensive misfortune time.’
But after months of chemotherapy, blood transfusions and other complete treatment, the family were hit with some-more bad news.
The relatives were warned that Eden’s cancer was quite assertive and has an 82 percent possibility of returning within two months of her finishing treatment.
‘So they’ve got this tiny window of time that they have to have the vaccination in and they are dynamic to do it,’ Natasha said.
What is Neuroblastoma?
Neuroblastoma is a singular form of cancer that mostly affects babies and immature children.
It develops from specialised haughtiness cells (neuroblasts) left behind from a baby’s growth in the womb.
It affects around 100 children any year in the UK and is many common in children under the age of 5.
The means is unknown. There are very singular cases where children in the same family are affected, but generally neuroblastoma doesn’t run in families.
The vaccination Eden’s family are unfortunate to get is called Bivalant and is only accessible in the US. They have been told it is the best possibility Eden has of preventing her cancer from returning.
Natasha pronounced the impulse to fundraise came from the affability of strangers who have been following Eden’s tour on Facebook.
‘We weren’t really meditative of fundraising but Eden loves fairies,’ Natasha explained. ‘When she went in to hospital over christmas people kept promulgation in fairies to go into hospital with her. Then word got turn the internal village and she was inundated. All the nurses knew and we motionless to set up a facebook page – that is because it is called the angel project.
‘People from all over the universe sent in fairies. It was unbelievable.
‘Then we suspicion – because don’t we try to fundraise. It’s the only way we are going to lift money, and we already knew how inexhaustible strangers were being.’
The concentration of the fundraising is critical for the family, but they are also dynamic to make certain that Eden lives as normal a life as probable while she is having treatment.
‘Really the concentration on it was making all enchanting for Eden,’ Natasha said.
‘We always sign all off “lots of adore and angel dust”. We are trying to create a bit of sorcery with it.’
Follow the Eden Eyre Fairy Project on Facebook and present to the fund on the Just Giving page.
You can also calm Eden02 and a £(an amount) to 70070.