A ridiculously cute four-year-old celebrated overcoming cancer by ringing the end of treatment bell in a full Stormtrooper outfit.
Little Audrina Hatton-Wright, from Derby, went through 14 rounds of radiotherapy to treat a rare and aggressive form of cancer.
And, after eight months of gruelling treatment, she was delighted to proudly ring the bell at Nottingham Radiotherapy Centre.
The miniature Star Wars fan wanted to put her own stamp on the occasion, so insisted on the futuristic fancy dress costume.
All the staff at the hospital got involved and cheered Audrina on waving lightsabers.
But while ringing the hospital bell is a hugely positive step for the youngster, her family worry that she may not be completely out of the woods.
‘We are fundraising for specialist treatment in the US that helps prevent relapse called DFMO,’ reads the family’s GoFundMe page.
‘DFMO has already saved hundreds of children’s lives by preventing recurrent disease. It works differently to all the other treatment Audrina will receive and we are confident will be an effective barrier against relapse.’
The family are now on a mission to raise a huge amount of money in a very short amount of time, as Audrina would need to start this new treatment in October 2019 for it to be most effective.
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