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Why this smiling girl wouldn't be alive without her cord blood

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Why this smiling girl wouldn't be alive without her cord blood

Post by Candlelight.kk on Fri 05 May 2017, 12:09 pm

(originally posted on 09 Nov 2010)

Why this smiling girl wouldn't be alive without her cord blood

Doctors once suggested her parents take her home to die, but a young Auckland girl's winning determination to fight off cancer - and the unique treatment that helped - is now being used to save other lives.

In 2007, Frances Everall, just four years of age, was not expected to survive an aggressive stage four neuroblastoma - a cancer of the nervous system - which was attacking her.

In fact, the cancer had progressed so far by the time it was discovered, doctors at Starship suggested Frances' family should take her home to die...

Full story herehttp://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10674495



Do you think it was mapped out?  (It was .... meant)
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Re: Why this smiling girl wouldn't be alive without her cord blood

Post by Pixie1970 on Fri 05 May 2017, 12:10 pm

Candlelight wrote:
Do you think it was mapped out?  (It was .... meant)

I think so. There was no family history so it was a strange decision to be making. Looking at it as part of a bigger plan....this little girls story will save lives and maybe this is the reason for her being? I'm just so happy for the child and her family. Some parts of the 'big plan' are understandable but others just leave you thinking..why?...what was that all about?...what was the point? Maybe it becomes clearer in time hmm



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