A man, who promised to find a cure for his cancer, had donated nearly £ 200,000 to fund his research.
Ollie Gardiner, 13, died on November 19, 2017 after a brain tumor recurrence.
His family has raised hundreds of thousands of money for treatment and is now using it to finance a postdoctoral researcher after closing all medical bills.
His father, Peter Gardiner, said that Ollie "trusted" his family to find a cure.
Gün That day he relapsed and looked at me from his bed and said, & Dad, what if we don't find it? [clinical] Hearing? # Mr. Gardiner said.
”Don't worry, man, we'll find something, I'll sort it out,” I said. He trusted me and I found it very difficult. "
Ollie Aston Clinton from Buckinghamshire was diagnosed in May 2015 and underwent 10 cycles of chemotherapy and 34 sessions of radiotherapy before returning to cancer in September 2016.
Doctors said the tumor was edilemez incurable ve, and although the family had raised nearly £ 500,000 to pay for pioneering treatment in England and Germany, Ollie died two and a half years after his first diagnosis.
Ollie It's a long way from being processed, ”Mr. Gardiner said, although Ollie's death had passed.
Orum I think it's been two years since his death, and I must tell oh Ollie & # 39; I think sometimes I knew I'd put a table on the table for him. ”
The family decided to donate £ 187,000 to the Brain Tumor Research charity, "to do the best by people who raise money and do something for Ollie's memory."
Var There are very difficult aspects to this, but [one is] Not being able to thank each one [the fundraisers]Because we do not know who they are, "he said.
Gardiner said that these funds also provided financial assistance to the other two children.
"One of them was in the same position as Ollie, they were relapsed and were said to have no further treatment, and now they lack cancer."