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Young Noah is finally at rest after years of combatting tumour

Young Noah Seionti is finally at rest after four years of combatting the cruel disease of cancer. Noah turned six last month.

The young boy had a brain tumour and his parents had to travel abroad for treatment several times, including to the UK with the help of Puttinu Cares and the Malta Community Chest Fund Foundation.

He used to attend Mosta primary school where he found a lot of help to keep up with his schoolwork despite what he was going through.

Details of the funeral are expected to be announced shortly, with people close to Noah’s family asking those who will be attending not to wear black.

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