Chloe & family say “Thank you”
A massive thank you to everyone who so generously supported rural and regional families staying in Leukaemia Foundation accommodation this Christmas.
One of those families were the Warrens, who are staying at our Stirling Cross Village in Perth while seven-year-old Chloe undergoes treatment for acute myeloid leukaemia (AML)
Many sent lovely messages of support to Chloe – you’ll be thrilled to hear Chloe’s Mum, Erin, said she adored reading every one of them.
The family were extremely grateful for the Christmas spirit as the first thing that came to Chloe’s mind when they moved into the village was if Santa would still be able to find her this year.
It shows just how important Christmas is, for children like Chloe. How much they look forward to this special time of year and how support can make all the difference.
Chloe has just finished cycle three of her chemo treatment and is waiting to start cycle four which at this stage will be her final treatment.
The good news is that Chloe’s last bone marrow check came back with amazing results and is hoping to return home soon.
Posted on January 24th, 2019
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