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Over a thousand Santa fun runners don their trainers for GOSH

Fun runners sported their finest Santa suits for the inaugural London Santa Dash on Clapham Common on Sunday 6 December. The south London park transformed into a winter wonderland playing host to more than 1,700 Father Christmas impersonators who took on the optional 5k or 10k course in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity. 

Marathon dad Steve on why he took on 26.2 miles to say thank you for his daughter’s care

Daughter Millie suffered from a rare and aggressive form of cancer and was treated at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). Here Steve tells us about his experiences with GOSH and why he chose to run the London Marathon to help raise money for the hospital.

Little Hero – Angel

When Angel was three months old, doctors in Peterborough discovered she had tumors in both her kidneys. Unfortunately, chemotherapy was unsuccessful, so she had to have both kidneys removed at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). She now relies on dialysis to keep her healthy while she waits on the transplant list. Her mum Honey shares her story. 
Little Hero, George, in corridor

Little Hero – George

When he was seven years old, George was diagnosed with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy a condition that's very rare in children, with only a few hundred people in the UK developing it in childhood. Here his mum, Serena, tells their story. 

The road to recovery – Edison's hyperinsulinism journey

Just a few days after he was born, Edison became limp and unresponsive. His mum and dad feared the worse but a diagnosis of hyperinsulinism (HI) led to life saving treatment at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). Mum, Lucy, tells their story.

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