An inspiring teenage boy who spent the final two years battling cancer has died aged 17.
Oliver Ross, from Ashford, was identified with a mind tumour in 2021 when he was simply 15 years previous.
He had a 10-hour pressing operation to cut back the scale of the expansion, with 75% of it eliminated efficiently.
However, biopsies discovered it was high-grade, aggressive and incurable.
Earlier this month Oli’s household made the devastating announcement the teenager was receiving palliative care at residence as his tumour had unfold to either side of his mind, his mind stem and the ventricles inside his mind.
Sadly, Oli died yesterday night at 7.55pm.
The household have been documenting Oli’s journey on Facebook through a web page named ‘Oli’s combat in opposition to Jerry’.
Announcing the information this morning, Oli’s mom Claire Ross-Duffield wrote: “’Mum please do not be unhappy after I die’.
“Oli, my attractive boy I’m so sorry however that’s the one promise I merely simply cannot hold.
“Oliver Ross 11/3/2006 – 25/8/2023 7.55pm.”
Soon after his analysis, medical doctors advised Oli he would want abroad therapy.
Family buddy, Zoe Hopkins, arrange a fundraising web page to assist the household and get the care he wanted.
He obtained therapy in Germany however, sadly, a number of months in the past, it was discovered to now not be working.
In June, one other GoFundMe web page was arrange in a bid to boost cash for Oli to finish his bucket checklist.
This gave the teenager, who was an avid foodie, the chance to go to the Shard, the Ritz, the Savoy in addition to to drive in sports activities vehicles.
He additionally met celebrities together with chef Heston Blumenthal, who he has adopted for many of his teenage years.
The TV star, who is thought for delighting diners with revolutionary dishes resembling snail porridge, flew from France to fulfill Oli and his household on the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in London.
His mum beforehand mentioned of Oli: “He has fought the largest of battles for somebody so younger, and all the time with a smile on his face and the wittiest of humour.
“He has taught us all a lot about life and dwelling every single day to the fullest and never sweating the small stuff.
“We could not be prouder of him and his bravery will encourage us all for the remainder of our lives.”