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    Default Toddler suffers as hospital fails to detect cancer

    i didnt know where to post this but i have just read this article and i found it very sad so i would like to share it with you all.. i had a tears very sad

    http://news.ninemsn.com.au/article.aspx?id=115571

    i hope that worked

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    oh that is so sad i hope the poor boy survives

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    Thats terrible.
    The poor lady to have to go through all that by herself.

    I too hope the little boy is able to get better.

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    Oh my god that is heartbreaking, I will pray for that beautiful little boy & his family.
    So sad that anybody has to go through that, just reminds me how I am so very lucky to have healthy children & how I should appreciate each moment I have with them.


    Me (Leanne)31 DH 35



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    That is so sad, but unfortuantely that type of cancer is very agressive, and he is already slipping into a coma which is signal that the main bodily organs are shutting down!!

    It really is heart breaking that a child should have to suffer

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    Oh god that is so awful.
    That poor family....just devastating...I shouldn't have read that it's really shook me up. My absolute worst fear

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    God, I just read that and could hardly finish reading through my tears.

    All I can say is, not suprised it was Gold Coast Hospital - IMO, its ****, you get treated like cattle - just my experience of having a sick child in there.

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    oh man,that is really,really sad.
    makes me feel so blessed to have a healthy bubba.no child should have to suffer like that,its not fair.
    he can fight this.

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    Poor little bugger

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    omg so horrible makes you love your angels all the more (wiping away the tears)

    i would love to donate something is there anything out there yet does anyone know please let me know if there is
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