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Harry

Harry was six months old when he tried egg for the very first time. Two hours later, Harry vomited continuously until he turned white, cold and floppy. What his mum Marley initially thought was just an upset tummy turned out to be a life-threatening allergic reaction.

10 April 2019 |

Isla

In November 2017 Isla, her mum Katie, and ten-week-old brother Flynn were getting ready for a day out when Isla had her first seizure. “She went blank and unresponsive – it was one of the scariest moments of my life as a mother,” Katie said.

25 March 2019 |

George

George is your typical mischievous, dinosaur-loving three-year-old, who considers himself to be the fifth wiggle.

21 March 2019 |

Madison

Madison was just four-years-old when she developed a rash that was eventually diagnosed as juvenile dermatomyositis – a rare autoimmune inflammatory muscle disorder which causes a red rash and progressive muscle weakness.

15 March 2019 |

Zayviar

Eight-year-old Zayviar from Redbank Plains is living with an extremely rare x-linked chromosomal defect - a condition that affects only seven people in the world, who are all within Zayviar’s family.

26 February 2019 |

Imogen

At the age of 15, Imogen’s life was turned upside down when what she and her parents thought was a lingering rowing injury ended up being stage 4 osteosarcoma - a rare and aggressive form of bone cancer.

25 February 2019 |
Last updated: 12 March 2019
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