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'In a way it's a blessing as she doesn't understand the hideousness of what's happening, but other times I wish I could explain the procedures to her, as I think that'd help calm her down.'Tanya and her husband Darren, 48, are very proud of their son for writing the emotional letter to Santa last month.
The only person he told about his touching gesture was his big brother James, 12, who then read it out to their parents. Speaking about the moment she read the letter, she said: 'I'm not a hugely emotionally person anymore – you can't be with what we're facing, you just have to try and press on with it – but I shed a tear reading it.'Luke is such an incredibly selfless boy.
If he can do this at just eight, what's he going to be capable of as an adult?
He shows other children that great things can happen if you're good.'Brain tumours are the biggest cancer killer of children and adults under 40.
At least 102,000 children and adults are estimated to be living with a brain tumour in the UK currently.
Brain tumours reduce life expectancy by on average 20 years – the highest of any cancer.
Please may you give it to Keech Hospice and the Sick Children's Trust because I have a friend Thomas who has a cousin who is currently suffering from cancer and I want my friend to have a cousin and other people.
Over 5,000 people lose their lives to a brain tumour each year.The caring schoolboy, of Knebworth, Hertfordshire, wrote in his heart-warming letter to Santa: 'The only thing I want for Christmas is money for charity'.The note began: 'Dear Mrs Claus and Mr Claus, aka Santa.The youngster has been battling inoperable cancer since she was 10 months old, enduring gruelling chemotherapy for two-and-a-half years.The treatment appeared to help but the tumour has since grown and her parents now fear this Christmas maybe their last with Orla.
Praising her courageous daughter, Susan said: 'She's incredible.