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Lewis's Story

Lewis first became unwell at 3 and a half years old at first displaying very vague symptoms, general malaise and lethargy along with loss of appetite.

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Our Patrons

James and Gill Morisson became Patrons of The Lewis Mighty Fund after following his journey and wa.

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The Charity

The charity aims of The Lewis Mighty Fund is to provide funds for the benefit of children with cancer at Nottingham University Hospitals.

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Donations

By choosing to make a donation to The Lewis Mighty Fund you will be helping children facing a child cancer diagnosis within the Nottingham Hospital Trust.

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What is Neuroblastoma?

Neuroblastoma is a childhood cancer. It is the most common cancer diagnosed in the first year of life and accounts for around 15% of cancer deaths in children.

  • Approximately 100 new cases of neuroblastoma are diagnosed every year in the UK
  • Of these babies and children, around 50 - approximately half - will have high risk disease
  • The long term survival rate for high risk neuroblastoma patients remains less than 40%, which is around half the average survival rate for childhood cancers
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James Morrison on E38


SINGER James Morrison handed over a signed guitar to patients after performing on the ward which looked after Lewis Mighty. James – who has also become a patron of the Lewis Mighty fund – said: "I've never been involved with a charity which has raised so much money. It's an honour to be involved this way."

Read the full story at Derby Evening Telegraph

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