Erin Cross coming home to Chester to begin next leg of life-saving treatment

Erin Cross coming home to Chester to begin next leg of life-saving treatment
 

Erin Cross will return home to Chester this week after months of lifesaving treatment in America.
The six-year-old has been undergoing Car T Cell therapy at Seattle Children's Hospital since July, which has put her in remission from the acute lymphoblastic leukaemia that has afflicted her life since the age of two.
Erin's parents Sarah and Antony have been at her side throughout the treatment, which was funded through a huge public campaign four months ago, and have had to watch Erin suffer a stroke and a life threatening seizure during her time in the hospital.
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9 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 39
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