Kristian was a healthy baby who should have been learning to walk and talk, but at just 15-months he began exhibiting seizure-like symptoms. There were no options left for Kristian until they were approached by the Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH), Melbourne team about the Zero Childhood Cancer precision medicine program (ZERO).
Amity was diagnosed with the deadliest cancer a child can get - DIPG cancer, when she was only 4.
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Ava Burnett's story
Ava was just a baby when she developed worrying symptoms and was taken to hospital. Totally unexpected...
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