Super Riley’s Journey
Super Riley’s mum tells us: “After no prior illness my 5-year-old son Riley was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (ALL). Thanks to the quick actions of our GP, we arrived at New Cross Hospital, had all relevant tests and a blood transfusion, and then transferred to Birmingham Children’s Hospital. Riley has now undergone 10 Chemo treatments, 3 blood transfusions and 2 Lumbar punctures, all in a space of 5 short weeks. Riley will undergo another lumbar puncture and further tests to see how he has responded to treatment so far, and what future treatment is needed. We do know that his treatment will be ongoing for the next 3 years. Riley is adjusting extremely well and coping with all the changes in his life.”
What a little trooper he is! Go Riley! Everyone at Supershoes is wishing you well.
Super Riley’s Diagnosis
Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (ALL) is the most common form of leukaemia in children under the age of 14, affecting around 400 each year. Find out more about Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia
Super Riley loves Wreck It Ralph and Mario, so these were a must for his Supershoes