A goal of £250,000 has been set to help a 19-year-old man defeat his four-year battle with blood cancer.

Andrew Duncan, who is from Milton Keynes, has been fighting against Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia since he was 15-years-old, following his first diagnosed in July 2017.

So far, despite numerous treatments, which included four separate remedies, the MK man has sadly not been able to defeat the illness, after the cancer relapsed in June 2020.

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Now, after years of fighting, his family are hoping that the quarter-of-a-million-pound goal can be raised to help Andrew, who recently married, find suitable treatment, as well as help him achieve ‘plans for his life’.

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An excerpt from his fundraiser reads: “Time is against us.

“We have been told that the Leukaemia is now back and is again attacking Andrew’s body.

“Without specialised new treatment, he may only have a few weeks to live.

“He looks forward to his future and imagining what it will be like when he has children of his own.

“He has high hopes of having a successful job in business and plans to use his journey with Cancer to motivate others.

“He was only 15-years-old when he was diagnosed with A.L.L in July 2017, and now after a long and tough four years later, he is still fighting for his life! Every day is a battle.

“Andrew has so many plans for his life, so please help him make those plans possible.”

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So far, £15,266 has been raised for Andrew but £234,734 is still needed to help the 19-year-old newly-wed through this battle.

This year, he married his sweetheart, Hailey, who is from the US, due to Andrew potentially having ‘weeks to live’.

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The page also explained that after Andrew relapsed last summer he was ‘given the option of CAR T Cell Therapy’ that September instead of a Bone Marrow Transplant which his family were ‘strongly advised by the consultants as it was his best option at that time’.

However, this failed early this year.

The page continued: “Andrew is the most mature, caring and family-focused 19-year-old you could ever meet.

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“He loves socialising with his family and has always being there to help out, whether that’s being a shoulder to cry on or helping solve problems.

“In his short 19 years, he has always been a reliable, trustworthy, and very supportive brother and son but also a loving and doting husband.”

To donate, visit www.gofundme.com/f/help-andrew-seek-urgent-lifesaving-treatment.