UK Salford six-year-old beats cancer to realise her YouTube dream last minute news


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- 'It was way more than Isla ever expected'

UK Salford six-year-old beats cancer to realise her YouTube dream last minute news


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- 'It was way more than Isla ever expected'

UK Salford six-year-old beats cancer to realise her YouTube dream last minute news
04 May 2021 - 07:46

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A brave Salford six-year-old has battled cancer to realise her dream of becoming a YouTuber. Isla, from Worsley, had an eight-hour operation to remove the Wilms’ tumour — a form of kidney cancer which affects around 70 British children every year. Having successfully come through the surgery and four weeks of chemotherapy, she has now realised her dream of becoming a YouTuber by starring in a video with Rosie McClelland — who has nearly 1 million subscribers. “It was way more than Isla ever expected,” mum Jill said. “We went to the Apple store in Manchester and picked up a laptop for her. Isla said, ‘is this mine, can I keep it?” she couldn’t believe it. She was also given a vlogging camera, and then we drove down to meet YouTuber Rosie McClelland at her home in Hertfordshire. MP_Isla_ (Image: Make-A-Wish) “Obviously, I’d heard of Make-A-Wish and I knew exactly what the charity did but in that intense time [in hospital], I couldn’t see the light at the end of the tunnel. You’re just bombarded with information, and living in the moment, so we just put it one side.

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. It changed the way she talked about what was going on from: ‘Am I going to get better?’ to: ‘When I get better…’.” Isla’s story comes as new research from the charity shows that the number of children eligible for a wish has doubled in the last 15 years. There are currently 63,296 children and young people in the UK who have been diagnosed with a life-threatening or life-limiting condition. The study also found that children in the north are more likely to be diagnosed with one of the aforementioned conditions — as are children aged between three and seven, those in Pakistani communities, and in areas of high social deprivation. Isla during her hospital treatment (Image: Make-A-Wish) Neurological and respiratory conditions are the most prevalent, University of York researchers discovered. Thursday, April 29 is World Wish Day, the day on which the first wish was granted. You can find out more about World Wish Day via the charity’s website.

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