There's nothing harder to watch than an unwell child, especially those little ones who are undergoing Cancer Treatment or an operation. Our Super Hero Box is designed to bring out the make believe and smiles to those children, even if only for a brief moment. It's everything Super Hero and sure to uplift any little boy. What truly brings this box alive is the story card of what each product means to a super hero.
$10 from every Super Hero Care Box is donated to Rory's Warriors
Our hampers are beautifully presented in our signature white box, orange satin ribbon with a beautiful Affirmations gift card complete with hamper story and your personalised message. ** Please complete your personalised card message in the additional notes/comment section of your cart before checking out.
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For those who are new to Rory's story - here's a brief recap: May 2018 (age 4.5) we noticed Rory was more tired than usual and getting unsteady on his feet. A trip to the GP revealed "something" was not right. 3 days later we were at the Paediatricians who also couldn't identify the issue - but agreed further investigations were required. Rory was admitted to hospital that same day, underwent a CT which showed hydrocephalus. An ambulance took Rory to the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne, and the next day an MRI revealed a large 5cm tumor in his upper spinal cord and a ventricularperitoneal shunt was inserted in his brain to relieve the pressure. 3 days after that Rory underwent major spinal surgery to resect the tumor.
Chemotherapy started about 6 weeks post surgery and is continuing until October 2019 (68 weeks worth). We've also found out only recently that Rory is effectively blind in his left eye - a result of irreparable optic nerve damage caused by the hydrocephalus. Rory's diagnosis (Disseminated Glioneuronal Tumors) is one of only 200 cases known worldwide. It is incurable. The hope is that chemotherapy will be enough to reduce the activity in the tumors so they have a minimal impact on Rory's musculoskeletal and neurological function. But we really have no idea what the future will hold for him.
This is why we are continuing to promote the Rory's Warriors message to raise awareness of all Brain Cancers and funds for research via the RCD Foundation-Robert Connor Dawes