Young patient an inspiration.
Antonio Marsocci, owner of the Think Positive brand, was moved by sevenyear-old Mason Fountain's positive attitude in the face of the disease.
Despite having to undergo gruelling treatment, Mason set up a successful fund-raising group called Mason's Magic that supports the work of Brain Tumour UK.
Antonio said:"Mason's story has made me realise how devastating this disease is. It kills more children now in the UK than leukaemia, yet the investment is not there to raise awareness, conduct vital research and provide desperately needed support."
He has created the Think Positive bracelet and every month a new charm designed by a different designer will be released for it.The bracelet comes in a handcrafted wooden box and is available from www.thinkpositiveliving.co.uk for pounds 139.
All profits will support Mason's Magic and the work of Brain Tumour UK.
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|Publication:||The Birmingham Post (England)|
|Date:||Apr 12, 2012|
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