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# Sunderland
'Sleep tight baby boy': Parents confirm death of six-year-old Bradley Lowery after cancer battle
Bradley Lowery was diagnosed with neuroblastoma when he was 11 months old.
# neuroblastoma
Jermain Defoe pays tearful tribute to terminally ill 'best mate' Bradley Lowery
The dedicated Sunderland fan, 6, is losing his battle with neuroblastoma.
# incorrect facts
Ladbible apologises for falsely reporting the death of young Sunderland fan Bradley Lowery
The six-year-old suffers from neuroblastoma and is currently undergoing palliative care at home.
# robyn's life
'We don't have the money for this' - Dublin mother pleads for funding for daughter's cancer treatment
12-year-old Robyn Smyth has been battling a rare form of cancer known as neuroblastoma for the past nine years.
# lovely gesture
Cancer-stricken boy in need of funds given honorary spot on Grand National card
Sunderland and England striker Jermain Defoe has been listed as Bradley Lowery’s trainer.
# tiny dancer
Celebrations as little Lily-Mae is declared 15 months cancer-free
The young Claregalway girl is taking part in a drug trial in the US.
# rugby heroes
Irish rugby players welcome four-year-old cancer patient Merryn Lacy to training
The father of the young Dubliner had nothing but praise for the Ireland squad for taking time out to meet his daughter.
# neuroblastoma
Love/Hate’s Fran, Colin Farrell and Katie Taylor rally support for Merryn
Four-year-old Merryn was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma – an aggressive childhood cancer of the nervous system.
# neuroblastoma
Breakthrough in childhood cancer treatment made by Irish scientists
Ten children are diagnosed with neuroblastoma each year in Ireland. The new findings is welcome news to families with sick children, like that of Robyn Smyth.
# good deeds
Kid asks for pizza from hospital window... internet sends dozens
Hazel Hammersley was bored while awaiting cancer treatment, so she put up a sign.
# tiny dancer
UK trip awaits 'Tiny Dancer' as her cancer treatment continues
“I am crossing everything that the monster doesn’t return,” said Lily-Mae’s mother. “If it does we’re in a lot of trouble.”
# goodwill
Tiny Dancer rises in the charts once again as shortfall remains
The person behind it, Stephen Macken, believes that the resurgence is “as a direct result of the receivership [of HMV] and people’s goodwill.”
# Hold me Closer
Hold me closer Tiny Dancer... Irish style
Paddy Casey, Mundy, Tom Dunne, Mary Black and a host of others have teamed up for a charity single for a four-year-old from Galway.