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Mum Rachel and dad Russ will never forget hearing that their precious new baby had a serious and life-threatening disorder. But one of the hardest things was being told she would most likely develop cancer.
Imogen is just one of over a hundred children admitted to Perth Children’s Hospital each year for cancer and blood disorders, and who will be in and out of hospital at Christmas time.
Her treatment relies on the Oncology and Haematology teams at Perth Children’s Hospital for ongoing maintenance and close monitoring of cancers and blood disorders throughout her body. For children and families like Imogen’s who are living with the uncertainty of cancer, it’s incredibly difficult – especially at Christmas.
Your gift today will make an enormous difference to children like Imogen this Christmas. Please donate now and help save lives.
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Regular giving is one of the most effective ways you can support WA’s sickest kids. Knowing that we can rely on your regular contribution to help us continue funding research, equipment and development for children with cancer.
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Meet WA's kids fighting cancer and blood disorders this Christmas.
Imogen’s condition, called Fanconi anaemia, means her bone marrow was making abnormal blood cells. The best hope for her survival was a bone marrow transplant to help reduce her risk of cancers in her head, neck and reproductive organs… read more.
Maddy was diagnosed with leukaemia in 2019, where she then spent 9 months at Perth Children’s Hospital. In her first few weeks of treatment she got a severe meningitis infection and her family was told she probably only had a couple weeks to live… read more.
Sam was diagnosed with leukaemia at 2 years old. With his type of leukaemia he has gone through six stages of treatment. From steroids twice a day to chemotherapy everyday, Sam found it difficult to walk and didn’t even have the strength to pull himself up… read more.