Super Harry's Story

Super Harry's Story October 2022

Super Harry was showing some unusual symptoms: sickness, dizziness and then suddenly was unable to walk...

Super Harry’s Journey

In January 2022, Harry began getting wobbly for short spells and over a period of five weeks was sick one day per week. In early February whilst at school for a short period he was unable to walk and was taken to A&E That evening, following a CT scan, a large tumour was found in his brain. In a matter of hours, Harry underwent a 10-hour surgery to remove the tumour, which was later confirmed to be medulloblastoma, a cancerous brain tumour. The day after surgery he also began to show signs of Posterior Fossa Syndrome which for Harry has affected his balance, speech and understanding. 4 weeks after surgery Harry flew to Germany for 9 weeks where he had 31 sessions of proton beam radiotherapy and is now back in the UK having chemotherapy. We’re sending you all our love, Harry.

Super Harry’s Diagnosis

Brain and spinal cord tumours are the most common form solid tumours found in children with around 400 being diagnosed each year in the UK. Find out more about Brain & Spinal Tumours

The Supershoes

Harry loves all things dinosaur and also Marvel characters. Super Artist Nikki obliged with some awesome designs. As you can see from Harry’s face, his Supershoes were a huge success!

Super Harry with their Supershoes