Parents of Bradley Lowery speak of 'incredible' son as Jermain Defoe is made patron of his charity

September 13, 2017
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The parents of six-year-old Bradley Lowery have spoken about their son’s amazing legacy as the brave youngster’s “best friend” is made a patron of his charity.

In an interview on ITV’s This Morning, Bradley’s mum and dad Gemma and Carl Lowery praised their brave son, who passed away in July after battling neuroblastoma.

Bradley Lowery with mum Gemma.

Gemma, of Blackhall Colliery, said: “He got scanned and it was shown he had a tumour in his tummy.

“Unfortunately, in the weeks after we realised that it had spread.

“The treatment was brutal. The first lot of treatment didn’t work. So, he had more treatment. This went on for ten months.

“Because he was so poorly in the beginning, he slept through the first two weeks of diagnosis.

“When he came round, he already…


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