A six-year-old from Worcester whose parents fundraised over half a million pounds for treatment to save their son's life is now cancer free.
Oscar-Saxelby Lee had T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukaemia which is difficult to treat.
He had a transplant in May 2019 after thousands of people across the UK signed-up to a register to try and help him find a donor.
He was briefly cancer free, but it then returned.
His family then became aware of an overseas trial called CAR-T in Singapore, and Oscar's parents Olivia Saxelby and Jamie Lee successfully fundraised £600,000 so Oscar was able to receive the treatment.
In January, Olivia and Jamie then reported that there was 'no disease detected' in their son, after he had the treatment in Singapore.
Today, they announced on social media that Oscar was officially 'cancer free,' and has been 'without disease' for nearly five months.