Dating with stoma

Six-year-old Bradley, whose illness touched football fans around the world, died today after losing his heroic battle with a rare childhood cancer known as Neuroblastoma.His parents shared the heartbreaking news of his death on Facebook and received more 100,000 messages of condolences in just one hour.While many people were aware of his health issues, not many people knew that “Ike” also had an ostomy.

Lowery has become a popular figure in the world of football after he appeared as a mascot for Sunderland, and struck up a friendship with England striker Jermain Defoe before leading the national team out ahead of their World Cup qualifier against Lithuania last month.He was first diagnosed with Neuroblastoma at the age of 18 months, but beat the rare illness after two years and went into remission.However, the condition returned in July 2016, and a Just Giving page was set-up in order to fund Lowery’s travel abroad for the specialist and progressive treatment required, given it is not available in the United Kingdom.He was a five-star general who led the Allied invasion of Nazi-occupied Europe during World War II.He was also known for easing cold war tensions, launching the Space Race and creating the federal Interstate Highway System.

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