My daughter have cancer

Update posted by Kevin Kask On Mar 14, 2018

Annabel, who went to Lagedi School in this year's class, was discovered in November 2016 as one of the worst malignant diseases of the pediatric neuroblastoma associated with the nervous system.

At the time of the malicious discovery, it had taken half the girl's chest, bent curved back and pushed one lung. The hospital was found as if a seemingly completely healthy child had an unexpectedly shortness of breath on one of the usual afternoons.

Doctors diagnosed a third stage of high-risk cancer. The last 10 months have been a little courageous, mainly in the hospital, away from home, little sister, friends, and ordinary everyday life. First he received six chemotherapy in the Tallinn Children's Hospital, and then went on to undergo a thoracic surgery to remove the tumor. After that he was given a high dose chemotherapy with bone marrow transplantation at the University Hospital of Tartu University, and then he passed another four weeks radiotherapy in Tallinn.

Nowadays, Annabel's newest drug in the field is a new drug called dinutuximaab beta.

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