Dahlia was diagnosed in August 2020 with DIPG, or diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma. DIPG is an aggressive and difficult to treat type of brain tumor found in the brainstem that primarily affects children.
Aaliyah Kathryn fought DIPG (Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma) a highly aggressive and difficult to treat form of brain cancer for 13 months. She passed away on October 23, 2022.
Princess’ Keira touched people around the world with her amazing battle against brain cancer. While on holiday, she collapsed while paddling in the sea. A CT scan showed she had a lesion on her brain and a further MRI scan confirmed a deadly brain tumour, a DIPG. Due to its location on her central brain stem, surgeons could not operate.
Zoe started to show signs of improvement, sadly however due to complications she was unable to continue the treatment and her condition deteriorated. She died in 2019 at the palliative care unit at Naomi House hospice in Hampshire.She celebrated her eighth birthday just the month before.
Aged 12, Tyler was diagnosed with an aggressive brain tumour. Despite numerous surgeries Tyler is incredibly positive and stoical.
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Zach was diagnosed with a rare brain tumour called a Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG) when he was just three years old.
Ten year old Max did a sponsored ride to Paris
Starting in Buckinghamshire and ending in Paris, Max endured the 400 mile trip happy in the knowledge that he was raising money to help other children. He wasn’t totally alone as he dragged his father, keen cyclist Rob Wellstead with him on the journey.
Max was at the same school as Joss and they became friends. So not only was it a personal challenge for Max it was also remembering a loved one.
Something Special Art Exhibition and Auction
One amazing night in Shoreditch, EC2A
Over 100 artists including 12 from The Royal Academy donated paintings, Sculptures and Artworks to Joss Searchlight's Something Special Event.
Over 48 hours and with the help of 20 volunteers, we transformed 2 floors of empty space at the Blackall Studios in Shoreditch into the most amazing contemporary art gallery attracting some of the U.K’s top art buyers.
Celebrities from the world of Film,Television and Music created and donated works along with Contemprary Street Artists and Royal Academy artists.
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