Sunday , October 2 2022

Parents find that a cancer girl has a photo thank you


The girl's father took a picture of it where she can see the child completely sleeping on a swing

Dave Fletcher, 39, thought that he was taking a nice moment when she took a picture of the daughter of Izzy sleeping in a park when she was 23 months old.

But a few weeks later, Dave and Vicky's wife, 37, discovered that their daughter's fatigue turned out to be a sign of I had a leukemia.

The three-year-old girl has since been given 570 doses of chemotherapy and receives maintenance therapy in an attempt to prevent the cancer from returning.

Dave said that he was not thinking anything at the beginning when Izzy saw sleeping in a park near his house in Claines, Worcestershire, in England.

Now he alerts other parents to be alert to the first signs.

Dave said that afternoon he left the girl on one of the swings, He took the picture but soon after the girl dropped because she was very drowsy.

"But I did not think much about that. I thought it was a nice moment and I just took a picture of it. It was only after we realized that everything was part of the symptoms and that what I found was that it showed signs of something dangerous"

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Then the parents made sure the girl had colds, viruses, and she was showing tiredness, although she did not do many activities. They also find ties on the legs and the girl but she has married her to normal games.

The Izzy couple took a doctor for the first time in January last year after a strange rash appeared on his leg.

The next morning, The Izzy breed had spread and then developed a fever, so his parents came to the Royal Worcester Hospital.

He was diagnosed with leukemia on the same day and chemotherapy treatment began the following week.

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"When he was diagnosed, he came out of nowhere. We were in real shock, because he was so fast, she was scary," said the father.

Jane Redman, spokesman for Cancer Research UK Kids & Teens, in Worcestershire said: Cancer can have a devastating effect on their lives and many survivors can live with side effects severe long-term treatment.

Izzy continues in treatment.

With Metro UK information

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