Charity set up in memory of 17-year-old funds new brain tumour research

Wednesday was the 4th anniversary of 17-year-old William Low’s passing from an aggresive brain tumour.

The charity set up in his memory – The William Low Trust – is raising funds for a research scientist for the specific cancer.

They’ll work with experts at Brain Tumour Research’s Centre of Excellence, at Queen Mary University in London.

If you want to find out more about how to donate you can go to the William Low Trust’s website for more information.

Henry has been speaking to the charity, and William’s mother to find out their story.

Henry Thomas-Aldridge 12th August 2021


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