A TRAILBLAZING little girl who flew to Mexico to have lifesaving brain tumour treatment has seen little change in her condition.

Kaleigh Lau, seven, has just returned to Woodford Green after a stint in South America for pioneering treatment for Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG), which is not available in England.

But her last round of treatment, on September 15, “did not change much”, according to father Scott Lau, 41.

The family, including mum Yang and brother Carson, 5, are now back in England but hope to make it back to Mexico to give her the best chance of survival.

The Laus have so far spent £225,000 on travel, accommodation and treatment in Mexico and need another £150,000 to see them through to the end of 2018.

The family remain in “uncharted waters” but recognise that Mexico is the only place in the world where Kaleigh can receive pioneering treatment.

Kaleigh is battling on but the process has taken an emotional toll.

“She just gets on with it but she’s noticing changes in her body. We have to ride some huge storms or everybody to move forward,” Mr Lau said.

He called his daughter an “inspirational to others” and has hundreds of followers on her blog who hail from as far as Brazil, Vietnam and Canada.

“It’s overwhelming to know that my daughter is giving hope to many others around the world.

“Everyone looks to her as the trailblazer. The fact that we are contemplating going to Mexico again shows that spirits are high.

“We are proud of her and are lucky that we have a daughter who’s like that. She’s so caring and brave.

“I don’t know how she does it. She doesn’t stop. She does her homework in Mexico because we believe there is a future. She gives these children encouragement but she’s a naturally caring person anyway,” he added.

Initial treatment reduced her brain tumour by 50 per cent.

Meanwhile, a host of stars will turn out to support her fundraising cause.

Snooker royalty Ronnie O’Sullivan has made a video raising awareness about Kaleigh, while Ching-He Huang of Saturday Kitchen fame, X Factor finalist Andy Abraham and 90s soul singer Kenny Thomas will appear at a benefit dinner organised by Kaleigh’s family in November.

The upcoming benefit dinner at Yi-Ban restaurant opposite London City Airport on Saturday, November 18, gives the family a chance to raise more awareness and boost the campaign’s funds.

A petition launched on September 12 fighting for more funding to treat DIPG in Britain has already amassed more than 15,000 signatures. A previous petition clinched 27,000 signatures.

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