Little Lewis Crossley who is always smiling despite facing an uncertain future after a bone marrow transplant failed to help him beat leukaemia. See NTI story NTISMILE. The seven-year-old Stoke City fan had the transplant in February and, at first, it seemed to have been a success. But just weeks after Lewis was allowed home, his parents Susanne and Adam were given the devastating news there was more leukaemia in the bone marrow than before the transplant. Doctors are now looking into alternative treatments and the possibility of new drugs and clinical trials, some of which are in the U.S. Susanne, aged 40, said: There are very few options for treatment now. Time isn't our friend. We are looking if there is anything that can be done to bridge him to another transplant next year or give him as long a life as possible. So we are out on a mission to do lots of nice things as some of the treatments have made him quite poorly."