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Classmates show their support for Adrian

Rugby Editorial 18th Jun, 2014 Updated: 27th Oct, 2016

CLASSMATES of Adrian Secareanu who is currently in America having specialist life-saving treatment for an extremely rare cancer have spelt out their support for him.

Princethorpe College held a charity day involving 600 pupils and staff raising £1,000 for 12-year-old Adrian, who is in year seven, for Kids n Cancer, the charity supporting him and his family.

Dressed in their house colours of green, yellow, red and blue they also tied balloons on their sports pitches spelling out the charity’s name.

Adrian, who lives in Cawston, also send his own message of support, telling them: “I will be thinking about you all today. I hope the weather stays good and that you have fun, but most of all I hope to be back in school soon.”

He was the only child in the UK and the third child in the world to be diagnosed with a Mucoepidermoid Tumour when he was diagnosed back in 2012.

We reported in May how he jetted out to University of Florida Proton Therapy Institute in Jacksonville to have NHS-funded Proton Therapy to prevent it returning in a more aggressive form.

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