The Inspiring Story Children Aged Less than 3 Years against Blood Cancer
A Brave child aged less than 3 years of United Kingdom origin could not Be Whiny and not to fight a disease that is in agony, which is cancer of the blood. When he was 2 years, Erin Colley’s body full of bruises, often limp and not powered. Anxious parents fearing her little daughter suffered a blood clot. But after the inspection, a toddler who is now 3 years old turned out to be diagnosed with blood cancer (leukemia).
To fight the disease, since the age of 2 years Erin had to do chemotherapy. Although his mother knew his son was experiencing a painful chemotherapy but not maudlin Erin undergoes chemo therapy.
“He’s very brave considering he is so young and has been in hospital for more than 5 weeks. It’s very intensive chemotherapy. Erin is very good, it was a great surprise because you probably never thought if that’s not your child, “explains Lisa Colley (38 years), Erin’s mother.
Erin that originated from Ipswich, Suffolk, United Kingdom has undergone repeated treatment with high-dose chemotherapy since he was diagnosed with leukemia in August and then when he was 2 years old.
According to the results of a doctor’s diagnose, Erin should be immediately taken to Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge United Kingdom and began undergoing chemotherapy within 24 hours.
Erin’s mother who has three children, said, looking at his little daughter running the chemotherapy is a terrible thing. He not bear seeing his daughter was still a toddler undergoing chemotherapy so agonizing.
“But he’s wonderful, he’s an inspiration to us all,” continued Lisa.
Instead of playing with two sister Ellyse (10 years) and Amelia (7 years), Erin lives filled with continuous treatment cycle, a visit to the hospital and had to undergo chemotherapy.
Family and friends Erin now hope to collect enough money to take her to Disneyland Paris after several months of chemotherapy have nightmares.
Erin now had started again cheerful and excited. He is currently in a period of recovery after doctors in Addenbrookes Hospital said he is in the period of remission. Erin’s hope her hair can be braided when later growing back.
“I look ugly (without hair) but I am better now,” said Erin already can talk clearly.
Now at the age that has already entered the 3rd year, Erin the Braves have managed to conquer all obstacles because according to the doctor he had entered on a period of remission.
Hopefully inspiring for us, especially the cancer patients to always patient and spirit.