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She had concealed secreted cancer in a baby's honorable photo asleep on the swings



Photo of a toddler asleep on a swing Photo of a toddler It was sinister links suffering from cancer.

39-year-old Dave Fletcher believed he was catching up with an innocent childhood moment at the age of 23 months after a few injuries.

    This picture of Ziazie slept on the swing and she kept hidden hints from cancer

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This picture of Ziazie slept on the swing and she kept hidden hints from cancer

But after weeks, father and wife Vicky, 37, the tiredness of their daughter was frightening in search of a fatal leukemia hint.

Brave Toddler has since become chemotherapy for 570 rounds and is now receiving maintenance therapy in bidding to revive cancer.

Dave, Claire, Warsaw said: "She was popped up in an afternoon after the swing. She was swinging – I turned around and dropped her.

"She smiled and went to sleep, but I did not feel more about that. I thought she was a beautiful moment and took a picture of what you did.

    Izzy passed the 570 round chemotherapy

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Izzy passed the 570 round chemotherapy
    Her parents now warn of risk signs to others

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Her parents now warn of risk signs to others
    He was taken to a hospital after spreading the rash

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He was taken to a hospital after spreading the rash
    The child was dizzy on his feet

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The child was dizzy on his feet

"After that we felt that it was a part of the symptoms and that which I captured showed its more frustrating signs.

"She was tired, she had a few smallpox or viruses, and there was a slight quarrel on her feet, but we put these things in common childhood difficulties and a small disease.

"You feel a little sensory while looking at her pictures before you feel sick – you only feel how much time she is spending from a young age."

The couple had a GP in January last year. He took a sight to see and had strange spots on his feet and was asked to return for blood tests.

    Ezzy will remain on trail treatment till May next

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Ezzy will remain on trail treatment till May next
    She got her Cancer Research UK Kids and Teens Star Award

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She got her Cancer Research UK Kids and Teens Star Award

But the next morning, her spots were spread and she had a temperature, so she was taken to Worcester Royal Hospital.

The same day Leukemia was diagnosed and the chemotherapy course started the next week.

Ezie spent her second birthday in hospital while waiting for the procedure to sample her bone marrow.

She has now been named on the clinical trials of the UKLL 2011, the purpose of which is to reduce the side effects of altering chemotherapy, and to be treated till May next year.

Dave said: "He's been very fast and he is subject to the medicine he does not like, but so far he has taken everything.

"When she got diagnosed, she came out of the blue. We both were really real shock because she was very quick.

"NHS doctors and nurses have become brighter and we have got a lot of support from family and friends."

Ezine has now received the Cancer Research UK Kids and Teens Star Award, for her recognition.

Mum Vicky said: "Ezzy was very excited to receive her reward, she had a good positive experience which rewarded her for struggling with treatment."

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