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Kirsty Everett defied the odds and survived blood cancer – twice

Kirsty Everett was just nine years old when she was diagnosed with childhood acute myeloid leukaemia. Then, seven years later, at just 16 years old, Kirsty relapsed again.

Kirsty discusses what it was like to be diagnosed with childhood leukaemia, how she got through chemotherapy, and how she has harnessed this experience to inspire her purpose.

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Last updated on May 17th, 2024

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