Bradley Lowery celebrated his sixth birthday in hospital days ago
Bradley Lowery’s parents have been enforce to put down online false reports. They shared that hadn’t expired by sharing a new photo of the courageous football icon beaming as he fights incurable cancer.
Bradley is suffering from neuroblastoma, a unusual type of cancer, and in spite of demanding chemotherapy cure to decrease the cancer, it has had little effect.
Even though his family expose this week that the child hasn’t got long to live, they say he is still struggling.
A statement says on Bradley’s Facebook page,
‘Can we ask people who have shared RIP Bradley to take it down, this is obviously been taking place by a troll, and he is very much alive and kicking, when/if anything was to occur, you will hear it here first.
‘So I guess I should update pretty followers on Bradley considering there has been false info spread.
Brad is still in pain but is coping as well as he can. We still getting them amazing smiles. Have a nice bank holiday guys and keep smiling pic.twitter.com/uz1L1BJ6n3
— Bradley Lowery (@Bradleysfight) May 28, 2017
‘Bradley had radio therapy on Friday which is creating him tired but doesn’t end him from giving us them beautiful smiles.
‘His pain in his leg is so much improved but he has now got a lot of pain in his side.
‘Have a lovely bank holiday folks, keep smiling.’
Few days ago, the little footballer celebrates his sixth birthday in his hospital ward earlier he was join to a a bash by his ‘best friend’ and hero, Jermain Defoe.
He was also honor with the “Child of Courage award” at the Pride of the North East Honors, in gratitude of his brave cancer fight which has move the hearts of millions.
In a sensitive social media post, Bradley’s mother tonight thanked people for their backing and said the family was ‘trying to process’ the painful news.
She wrote: ‘Bradley had a scan on Monday and it showed what we feared.
‘Bradley’s cancer is spreading at a very fast rate and he has now got lots of new tumors including in his lungs.
‘Bradley is now receiving comforting care at home. He is going for radio therapy at the end of this week and next week but this is to regulate the pain in the hope we get him comfortable.
‘Lots of people keep inquiring how long has he got to live? I can’t response this as we don’t know all we know is it’s not long.’
The family united round, as Bradley encountered hospital visits, surgery, chemo- and radiotherapy, intensive care and medical trials.
Approximately £800,000 is donate to Bradley to go to a clinic in America, before his terminal diagnosis. That donation is now being use to fund his cure in the UK, and will be there to benefit other families in future. Still if you want to donate here is the info for you
— Bradley Lowery (@Bradleysfight) February 3, 2017