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Boxing Superstar Amir Khan To Rescue A 7 Year Old Pakistani Boy Suffering From A Deadly Enormous Tumour

Published on: 6/06/17 11:17 AM

These horrifying pictures show a seven-year-old boy's daily battle with an enormous tumour that is wrecking his vision.

Ali Hassan is a seven-year-old boy who belongs to a remote village in the eastern region of Pakistan.

The family reside in the Pakpattan district of the Punjab province – around 129 miles (207km) from Lahore.

He  is unable to see out of his right eye due to the gruesome lump which began to grow on his right eye when he was just four months old. 

The mass began to grew rapidly with time & now has taken shape of huge lump affecting his nose & mouth which makes him difficult to talk.

His father Muhammad Mansha, 38, has desperately appealed for the treatment of his son in Lahore where resources aren't as limited.

Earlier this year Ali was diagnosed with cancer known as Neuroblastoma

What is Neuroblastoma ?

Nueroblastoma is a cancer of specialised nerve cells in the nervous system and other tissues.

It  is the second most common solid tumour in childhood, and it makes up eight per cent of the total number of children's cancers.

Boxing superstar Amir Khan has come to the rescue and is offering to pay for life-saving treatment

Boxing superstar Amir Khan has come to the rescue and is offering to pay for life-saving treatment for a seven-year-old Pakistani boy whose life  is in danger from an enormous tumour.

Mr Khan has spoken to Ali's father Muhammad Mansha and told him that he will help find and pay for surgery to remove the gruesome lump through   his charitable foundation.

The Amir Khan Foundation was set-up in 2014 and was designed to help youngsters from the poorest parts of the world by providing them with schools and clean drinking water.

Amir Khan shared the post with his Facebook fans in a desperate attempt to help

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