London, The fate befall poor baby Evan Wilson, when Evan was born nurse found the abdomen swollen until finally the doctor doing the examination. When two hours later, doctors diagnosed a type of liver cancer hepatoblastoma.Evan was immediately underwent emergency surgery and began chemotherapy treatment followed for 6 months, which began its first session at the age of 12 days.
Note the possibility of cancer has developed since that happened is still in the womb.Evan was born just like other babies, She was handed over to the mother. But when the nurses will handed over to see her belly swell.
Evan was immediately taken to a specialist for examination, two hours later she was diagnosed with cancer and became the youngest patient with liver cancer in the UK.”I can only hold Evan a few minutes before they took it again and all this started, it is a terrible thing to pass,” said the mother, Lorraine (39 years), as quoted from Dailymail .
When Evan was 12 days old, She began chemotherapy treatment where medical expertise is required to calculate a safe dose for a child with a very young age.Evan is now 6 months old and has been responding well treatment. Quick action by nurses from Glasgow’s Princess Royal Hospital has saved this baby’s life.Evan was diagnosed with hepatoblastoma, which is one rare form of liver cancer, She was immediately transferred to Yorkhill Royal Hospital for Sick Children on the same day She was born.
“If the cancer has spread, doctors say the chances of his life will be reduced on a large scale. In addition to the tube that goes from the nose into the stomach, She looked like a normal, healthy baby,” She said.In addition to seven sessions of chemotherapy, Evan has had surgery to remove gall bladder and half of his heart at Birmingham Children’s Hospital in April.
She is currently waiting 2 weeks to see the results of an MRI scan.”All the ultrasound showed she was in remission and MRI scans showed that she has done very very well, because the prognosis is very good,” said Dr Jairam Sastry of the Yorkhill Royal Hospital
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