Parents found that their three-year-old daughter had cancer due to a picture touching a child sleeping in a hamoc.
Dave Fletcher, 39, she thought that she caught the tender moment since childhood when she slept in her Claire clay at Worcester, at the age of 23 months, when her daughter, Izy.
But after a few weeks, Dave And his wife, Vicky, 37, was devastated to know that the fatigue of his young daughter is a sign of leukemia.
Since then, the girl has passed 570 doses of acute chemotherapy and is now receiving maintenance therapy to prevent cancer from coming back.
Dave, Now he warns other parents to be cautious and pay attention to the signs of this disease.
"It was just one afternoon in the square. She was going away, I turned around and she fell down. I slept and went to sleep, but I did not think much about it. I thought she was a nice moment and I Just took a photo of it. "
Later they understood that everything is a part of the symptoms and what he captured was that he showed more boring signs.
"She was bored, she had some cold or a virus, and she had a slight bruising on her feet, but we all lead to normal arms of childhood and minor illness. You are a little sensory, seeing her photographs before she gets sick, you only That's just how much it has happened since it was so small. "
In January last year she appeared in a strange rash and the couple took her to a family doctor.
After many days, it was recommended to return to blood tests if the fish had disappeared and if it worsened it would have been taken directly to the hospital.
However, the next morning, easiery rash spread and then the temperature increased, so her parents took her to Worcester Royal Hospital.
The same day he was diagnosed with leukemia and started treatment for chemotherapy in the following week.
Izzy spends her second birthday at the Children's Hospital in Birmingham, waiting for her bone marrow samples taking process.
Dave Fletcher She added: "She has been grown very quickly and is subject to medicines which she does not like, but she has taken everything at a good pace. When we were diagnosed, we were in shock. Five years ago, a member of the family of Leukemia died. So it was a horrible time. We did not know what was going to happen at that stage or what would be the future. "
But the likelihood of recovery of people other than the type of lezemia that Ezzy has. And her younger age helps those possibilities.
"We were lucky that the diagnosis of Ezzy was rapid and luckily she had undergone very good treatment, suffered very little trouble or entry of unplied hospitals. This makes us more optimistic, because of her testing she has many steroids Not necessarily. It's a treatment plan that is used in other countries and we are grateful that we have been given a chance. "
And parents are thankful for attention: "It shows how important the research is in the new pioneering treatment. NHS doctors and nurses are brilliant, and we have received lots of support from family and friends."
Bahadur Ezai has received the Star and Kids Kids and Teens Award from Cancer Research UK to identify what has happened.
The girl's mom said: 'Easy was very excited to receive her prize. She had a good positive experience that rewarded her for continuing the struggle with treatment. & # 39;
Cancer researcher UK Kids and Teens Worcestershire spokeswoman Jane Redman says: "Cancer can have a devastating effect on their lives and many people who can lead can live with serious long-term side-effects of their treatment. Our goal is to provide new, We have to fund research to find good and more pleasant solutions. We want to bring the day when every child and young person Once cancer survivor or person, and does so with a better quality of life. "
Seeing some of her holidays, a child was diagnosed with cancer