Ellesmere Port schoolgirl with cancer could be saved by younger sister

Ellesmere Port schoolgirl with cancer could be saved by younger sister
 

An Ellesmere Port schoolgirl diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer could be cured by her younger sister.
Demi Butler, 11, was told the devastating news in July earlier this year that she has acute myeloid leukaemia.
The cancer occurs when the body’s stem cells, which are found in the bone marrow, produce too many immature white blood cells.
The former Rivacre Valley Primary School pupil who started year seven at the Church of England Academy in Ellesmere Port earlier this month began treatment days after her diagnosis.
However, Demi was told she requires a bone marrow transplant as... read more

 
30 September 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 30
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