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    Oh hon So many hugs

    Thinking of you and your DD, you must be beside yourself

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    Thinking of you and sending our hopes for you and your daughter.
    Perhaps contact the cancer council in your state I know here in SA they own property in the city for country people to stay in when getting treatment.
    There's also the childhood cancer support service in Brisbane.
    I hope you get all the help you need it must be such a shock and so scary. Stay strong mumma xx

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    I saw this post earlier, didn't get a chance to reply but you and your little one have been on my mind since.

    Praying for a quick recovery and the best possible outcome for you xx

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    Argghhh..biggest of hugs. When I read your original post my heart sank a little. A frind of mines son was diagnoised with Leukemia not long after he refused to walk at about the same age... . It took several doctors and ED visits to finally be diagnosed. It is a long hard road, but there are very good outcomes. There is a myriad of support available, which you will discover in due course. Biggest of hugs for you and your little one

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    Big massive hugs xx

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    Huge hugs! Hoping for a speedy recovery for your little one. While i dont have any advice for you with luekemia, you are definitely in the right place, Lady Cilento is a fantastic hospital. We spent quite a bit of time there with our DD and found the hospital and staff to be absolutely fantastic. Second to none.

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    Hugs and prayers OP. I hope her treatment is as 'easy' as can be and that she recovers soon xxxx

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    Huge huge hugs... Will keep you and your DD in my thoughts and prayers xx

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    Definitely contact the Leukaemia Foundation (or get a social worker to do it for you) as they have accommodation and lots of support services close to Lady Cilento. I hope you get some more answers soon - sending big hugs to you and your family.

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