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Amazing little boy 🧘❤️ But he survived, despite all!

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Stumbled on this amazing survival of a 18 months old little boy!

Thank God his parents stayed alert and knew something was wrong!

leeds-live.co.uk/news/leeds...

Hope you find this encouraging to keep fighting on despite our health issues and severities!❤️🧘

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This is a fantastic story Snowdrops, so glad he survived and what a tough little cookie he is. Thanks for sharing. xx

You welcomed Springcross! So happy also for him and his parents, their little bit got his life back! Amazing Surgerns as well!👍❤️

Yes absolutely. xx

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What a beautiful little boy, it shows that parents really do know when something is wrong with their child

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Yes they do! So glad he can enjoy his life now without hospitals Mydexter 😁❤️❤️❤️

Oh thank goodness. What a happy outcome!

That's what I thought Sue! Such a bonny little boy bless him ❤️❤️❤️

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That's such a positive story, thank you for sharing👍😊

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Yes its a good outcome, compared to so many sad stories all in 1 year Pandemic!Felt like was reading about my grandchild who is nearly that age Alicia! So very very glad he is alive and well now ❤️

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It really is such a lovely story.

I'm really pleased your grandchild is alive and well. The NHS are amazing.💞💜

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My grandchild is well and just over 1 year and nearly 3 months! But it hits you when I hey that little! 👍I have lost a friend who had brain cancer! She was the grandma of my other grandchild who is 10 years old now!

Some are blessed but many have died 💜

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That's excellent to hear. My youngest granddaughter who's 5 has JIA and the medical team that have been looking after other gave saved her sight, amazing.

That's sad and I'm so sorry, cancer is awful, my husband lost his 38 year old niece to it 8 years ago.

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What a wonderful story, such a brave little boy a d his wonderful parents as well as our brave NHS who saved him. Yes parents do know their child best. Thank you for sharing this story.

Hope you are well.

Lots of love and hugs Lynne xxxx ❤️🤗💜🤗

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