This week, the charity announced the launch of a dedicated helpline for the parents and guardians of children with cancer, or whose children are in remission from cancer, to support them during one of life's most heartbreaking times. Bradley was six when he died in July 2017 after battling terminal neuroblastoma cancer - and mum Gemma spoke of the importance of looking after yourself while you give your all to care for your child. Here we take a look at Bradley's brave journey, and remember the lovely smile and cheeky personality which captured the heart of the nation.
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