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Bradley Lowry's mother makes a heartbreaking vow five years after her son's death, saying, "It's been a lifetime since I embraced you."

Bradley Royley's mother shared her broken heart today, five years after her son's tragic death.

Gemma Royley admits that, who lost Bradley in a rare form of cancer, still feels "like yesterday", so her precious I vowed to continue the legacy of a young boy.

Footie-mad Bradley, diagnosed withneuroblastomain just 18 months, lost the fight against the disease on July 7, 2017.

SunderlandMegafan captures the heart of the country with a determination to fight while building intimate friendships with hero and ex-England playerJermain Defoerice field.

Since then, nearly £ 7m has been raised in Bradley's name, and with her inspiring compliments today, her mother Jema continues to be proud of her son. I swore.

She wrote on Facebook: "Today, when my dear boy went with the angels, my world collapsed.

" Angel. I wish I could skip July 7th and wake up at the end of the day.

"Five years without seeing that beautiful smile, your infectious laughter, and your slightly cheeky personality."

She added: "I feel like I've been away from hugging you for the rest of my life, but my heart ache only happened yesterday.

" My heart is broken to be fixed No, but I will continue your legacy through the Foundation and continue to be proud of you. "

Bradley was beaten in just 18 months, butI was diagnosed with neuroblastoma. The disease once recurred in July 2016.

His family desperately raised money for treatment in the United States , but doctors later gave tragic news The boy's cancer has reached the end of life.

His tragic family revealed tragic news in a Facebook post five years ago, where they paid tribute to "little superheroes."

Funds not used to treat Bradley will be donated to the  Bradley Lowery Foundation to allow others to pass through t. I supported you. He is the same test.

The Foundation's total value is now approaching a staggering £ 7m.

Lynn Murphy, Chief Operating Officer of the Bradley Lowery Foundation, toldChronicle Live: 53}

"It's a subject that no one likes to talk about, but Bradley's journey has proved to the world. Whatever the diagnosis, it won't define him.

"He did it all with a big smile on his face after years of rigorous treatment. He inspired the world with his positive attitude and his heritage, and now with him. You can help other families in the same way. "

What is a neuroblastoma?

Neuroblastoma is one of the most commonly afflicting cancers in babies and young children.

The disease originates from special nerve cells called neuroblasts. Neuroblasts are left out of the child's development in the womb.

This begins primarily in the patient's adrenal glands, which are above the kidneys, but can occur in the nervous tissue that runs along the spinal cord of the neck, chest, abdomen, or pelvis.

Malicious illness can spread to other organs such as bones, bone marrow, lymph nodes, and skin.

Neuroblastoma afflicts about 100 children annually in the United Kingdom, but the cause of the disease is still unknown.

Symptoms include:

  • Painful tummy swelling, constipation and difficulty passing urine
  • shortness of breath,
  • neck Difficulty swallowing lumps
  • 81} Bluish lumps on the skin, especially bruise around the eyes
  • weakened legs and unsteady gait, numbness in the lower body, constipation, difficulty passing urine
  • malaise, Loss of energy, pale skin, loss of appetite and weight loss
  • Bone pain, supple and general irritation
  • Jerky eyes and muscle movements