Little Chloe was diagnosed with NF1 sometime ago....this meant she was susceptibleto tumours and are generally found on the optic nerve Read More
chloe has cancer

She did indeed suffer with an optic nerve tumour and because of this she was scheduled to have yearly MRI scans along with regular optical specialist appointments

that was in May 2007...dueto illness and then having to have hertonsils out she did not have another scan until Sept 2008

3 days after the scan and 3 weeks before ascheduled nuerologist appointment Her Parents were asked to go and see her

Chloe was examined and then taken to play with a nurse whilst Her parents spoke to the consultant - fully expecting her to say that the optic nerve tumour had grown and needed surgery...They didnt expect for her to say that she has 2 tumours or gliomas in her brain

1 is on the right serabellum and 1 is in her brain stem...i suppose you could say she has cancer of the brain in 2 seperate places

Chloe is not 'presenting' with any symptoms as yet so Her Parents are very much playing a watch and wait game.....when she does get some symptoms then that is the time for treatment....apparantly all the data points to better results once effects are shown?

Chloe will probably have Chemotherapy and then if required radiotherapy. The trouble with radiotherapy is that is kills good cells aswell as cannot be targeted at the tumour only and as a result good tissue surrounding the tumour is also killed...this means as it is her brain stem that she would highly likely loose that function....anything from sight, hearing, walking, digestion or even breathing

Her Parents have followed a story on about a 4 year old from leicester called alex Barnes. He has gone to florida to have a tumour removed and then some pioneering treatment called proton therapy...this is more targeted and does not destroy surrounding cells and therefore does not have any side effects

This treatment is not available in the UK !!!!
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