Toddler enjoys first family Christmas at home, after having ELEVEN tumours removed from all over her body

Toddler enjoys first family Christmas at home after having ELEVEN tumours removed from all over her body Lily Atkinson, 2, was diagnosed with cancer neuroblastoma a week before her first birthdayTumours spread to her skull, arms, legs, spine, pelvis and chestAfter undergoing eight rounds of chemotherapy she is now strong enough to enjoy Christmas with all her family | UPDATED: 18:24 GMT, 14 December 2012 A brave two-year-old girl who battled with multiple tumours all over her body is to enjoy her first real family Christmas at home.

28 Sxy Pictures Of Older Actors When They Were Young

From Ian McKellen to Dame Judi Dench, many of these thespians are respected actors today, but did you know they were all once total sx-ba-bombs Okay, so we all knew that Gary Oldman is attractive across the entire space-time continuum, but what about Christopher Walken You might be surprised…

Boy, 7, with brain tumour sets up his own charity to help other children with the cancer

Boy, 7, with brain tumour sets up his own charity to help other children with the cancer Mason Fountain is set to launch his own charity next month to raise money for brain tumour research An inspirational boy of seven has set up his own charity to help children battling brain tumours – as he fights cancer himself. Mason Fountain has just completed a tough 20 months of chemotherapy after receiving his diagnosis in April 2010. But the youngster from Ipswich in Suffolk, has also managed to raise thousands of pounds for charities since starting treatment