Ruby Tanswell was diagnosed with Rhabdomyosarcoma at 16 months old, fewer than 60 children are diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoman in the UK each year. Her family are currently in America so Ruby can have Proton Therapy. The charity has donated £1000 towards their expenses whilst living out their for accommodation etc. We wish Ruby all the best for her treatment and hope she’s home soon.
Jessica Magnus was diagnosed with Ganglioneuroblastoma in December 2005, aged 4, extremely rare form of childhood cancer. In Feb 2011 she had surgery to take out the tumour inside of her spinal canal, insert spinal growth rods and straighten the spine.
She will have to spend a lot of time at home in bed for recovery and the charity has donated a TV/DVD combi for Jessica’s room. We wish Jessica a speedy recovery from the operation.
Nicholas Carson had Neuroblastoma and is doing really well from an oncology point of view. However, he still has residual tumour in his spine.
Nicholas had asked his mum for tickets to see his heroes, at the WWE Wrestling Tour. Chelsea’s Angels have organised the tickets for Nicholas and his family to go see the tour in June. We hope they have a great time.
Charlie is nearly 3 years old and was diagnosed with a Diffuse pontine glioma (brainstem tumour) in August 2010. Sadly to say there is no cure for this type of tumour and what time he and his family have left together is very precious.
His family are trying to raise money to get Charlie to Disneyland and make his dreams come true. The charity wanted to help as Chelsea wanted to go to Disneyland, but she was too poorly and the cost was phenomenal for insurance etc. We have donated £700 to the family and hope it helps get them to Disneyland.
Kieron is 12 years old and has Ewings Sarcoma he has a younger sister called Alyssa who is 6 years old.
Kieron already has an Ipod and Alyssa has wanted one too and as we feel its just as important to provide smiles for siblings, the charity has donated an Ipod to Alyssa. We wish Kieron well for the future and hope the Ipod keep Alyssa entertained. Lots of love x
In June 2009, Camille was diagnosed with an Intracranial Ependymoma situated in the fourth ventricle between the cerebellum and the brain stem at the base of the brain.
Camille and her family have been out to America for Proton Therapy. They would like to get their garden at home turfed, so its level and safe for Camillie to enjoy playing in the garden.
Chelsea’s Angels donated £300 towards the makeover of their garden, we hope Camille can soon play happily and safely in her own garden. Lots of love
Lewis Mighty has Neuroblastoma and is doing extremely well in his fight against this disease. He loves football and has just started football training. His mum asked the charity if we could possibly donate a goal keeper net, which we gladly arranged. Have fun Lewis, keep your daddy busy as he tries to beat the goalie xx
Alesha is nearly 2 years old and is undergoing radiation therapy for Atypical teratoid rhabdoid tumour (AT/RT). She absolutely adores Peppa Pig and her Mummy wanted Alesha to meet Peppa before she started the treatment as there is a chance of brain damage. We managed to arrange with Girls That Sparkle a meet with Peppa. We hope Alesha had a fab time as Peppa was honoured to meet a very special, brave little girl.
Evie is 1 years old and has Supratentorial Primitive Neuroectodermal Tumors (PNET) Grade 4, which is rare but she also has a grade 3/4 malignant Glioneuronal tumour this is so rare you will find it hard to find 20 children in the world with it.
Evie’s Mummy tries to keep things as normal as possible for her and wanted a trike as all of Evie’s friends have started to go out on little push along bikes/trikes. So the charity has donated a Smart Trike which we hope brings lots of fun and enjoyment to Evie.
Three-year-old Vannie Arlan will have to leave behind in Sheffield his twin sister Jaylan and big sister Zilan, five, when he and mum Kirsty fly to Jacksonville in Florida. Vannie will receive proton therapy on the Rhabdomyosarcoma behind his eye and within the side of his face.
Whilst he and his mum are away, family will be revamping the garden so he has somewhere nice and safe to play. The family had been fundraising to pay for the makeover, and Chelsea’s Angels have donated £300 towards the costs involved. Hope you have lots of fun playing in your new garden.
Megan is 8 years old and was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma, she has been off treatment now for 5 years but still has the tumour. She also still undergoes many other treatments/operations due to the effects of Neuroblastoma. Her mummy thought it would be nice for her to have a little treat to take away some of the sadness she feels at times living with the after effects of this nasty disease. Chelsea’s Angels donated an Ipod touch, we hope its keeping you busy.
Connor is 5 years old and has relapsed with Neuroblastoma. He and his family really wanted a break away, either in a caravan or camping. So we organised a week away at Haven and hope that they had the best time.