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tried to keep going as much as possible as I enjoy some of my lessons,  I really like Uncle Tony’s school lunches and most of all I like being with my friends and having fun.

I am now 10 years old and determined to help other children that have cancer, but also want to provide funding into paediatric cancer,

especially brain tumours, to prevent future children from getting this illness.

I would also like my foundation to recognise brothers and sisters of children with cancer as my sister, Sophie, was only 3 years old when I became ill, but she has been with me on my journey every step of the way and I would like to say thank you to her for keeping the laughs coming, which I’m sure other siblings will do too.

 

Jamie well

JAMIE'S STORY

"I am now 10 years old and determined to help other children that have cancer, but also want to provide funding into paediatric cancer,

especially brain tumours, to prevent future children from getting this illness." JAMIE

It was great being moved to the Children’s Hospital in Oxford as I got to have another ride in an ambulance, but this time it was with blue lights and sirens!

The following day I had lots of tests in readiness for my operation on the Friday.

After I had recovered from my operation I had to have chemotherapy, followed by radiotherapy and now I’m back on chemotherapy.

I’ve had to have some time off school since last May, but I’ve

 

Jamie and family

Word Police, 2015

My name is Jamie Tipler and I live with my Mum, Dad and little sister, Sophie.  My hobbies include swimming, playing the drums, cooking and I also enjoy going to school and being with my friends.

Unfortunately some of my hobbies have been put on hold as during the Easter holidays 2013, when I was just 9 years old, I started to suffer with headaches which then led to headaches and sickness, which was soon followed by stiffness in the neck and blurred vision.

Unfortunately, whilst going into school on Wednesday 22nd May 2013, I felt faint and collapsed, so I was then taken to hospital where they suggested I had a brain tumour and so I was then moved to the John Radcliffe Children’s Hospital in Oxford to have an operation.

 

My mum and dad and little sister Sophie

Jamie's treatment

Wearing my radiotherapy suit - scary at first but I got used to it

Jamie in hospital

I spent quite a while in hospital