'Everything went to plan' for Leo's fourth brain tumour op

LEO BERMEJO, the four-year-old cancer fighter from Almeria has undergone surgery on his two brain tumours  at the  Alder Hey Children's Hospital on Merseyside.

Surgeons operated on the left area of the brain where the tumours keep growing.  

But, they did not operate on a new 'suspicious looking' nodule below these tumours because of its critical location and the possibility of causing meningitis or delaying the start of proton beam therapy.

Instead it will be targetted by the proton beam treatment in Oklahoma which could start as soon as within 10-14 days.

After spending a night in the high dependency unit it is hoped that Leo might be released from hospital this week.

To give your support to the ongoing Leo the Lion fundraising campaign here is how you can donate:

https://www.gofundme.com/leothelion3

Paypal: [email protected]

Spanish account:
Bank: Banco Sabadell
Account Name: Leo James Bermejo
Account Number: ES69 0081 0597 0900 0602 1116
Swift: BSAB ESBB

UK account:
Bank: Royal Bank of Scotland
Account Name: Alda Keefe
Account Number: 17485819
Sort Code: 16-24-06

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