Charlie’s Angels: Dreams came true for five-year-old cancer battler
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During the last three weeks dreams really have come true for little five-year-old cancer battler Charlie Ryan.
He has flown over Norwich in a helicopter, sat in the seat of a Lotus F1 car worth over £1m and been a Norwich City mascot.
The readers of the Norwich Evening News have helped to raise an astonishing £20,000 in those three weeks.
Now Charlie's parents, Sam Stroud and Tony Ryan, must decide how to proceed with Charlie's treatment for relapsed neuroblastoma – a cancer of his nervous system.
He has beaten the cancer once, after 19 months of treatment, but doctors now fear there is little more they can do.
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Whatever happens, Charlie will now always be able to remember a magical three weeks with his friends in Norwich.
- For the full story, see today's Norwich Evening News.
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