Harry Frank's hospital treatment. A five-year-old boy is looking forward to starting school after being cleared of a rare cancer - which looked like a bump on his head. See SWNS story SWSCcancer. Harry Frank was diagnosed with Langerhans cell histiocytosis (LCH) on February 1 2021, after having surgery to take his tonsils out. His mothers, Stephanie, 37, and Elaine, 43, from Camelon, Falkirk, had spotted a lump on his head in August 2020 and took him to see the GP. They thought Harry, who was aged three-and-a-half when the growth appeared, had fallen and banged his head. An ultrasound was carried out but it was believed to be a cyst. But a surgeon asked for the bump to be further investigated when Harry had his tonsils removed at Forth Valley Royal Hospital in Falkirk. A couple of months after he celebrated his fourth birthday, Harry was diagnosed with LCH, a rare disorder that can damage tissue or cause lesions to form in the body. Harry was operated on at the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow - by which time the lump appeared to have disappeared but was growing into his skull bone. Brave Harry underwent 30 rounds of chemo but was given the all-clear on May 3.