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Team Emeline

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$1,105 of AUD $500 team's target.

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Hi Team Emeline!

This year, Brett and I decided to join Run2Cure with Neuroblastoma Australia in an effort to raise funds for cancer research. 

As you all know, our sweet girl, Emeline, was diagnosed a year ago, on 29th May 2020 with stage 4 high risk neuroblastoma. They gave her odds of survival at 60% which is up from 30% from just a few decades ago. Only through the most aggressive treatments that include 5 rounds of chemo, 8 hour surgery, high dose chemo with stem cell transplant, radiation, and immunotherapy would she have a chance to be cured. 

It's proven to be a rough road, and not without many bumps and obstacles along the way. We should be nearing the end of our treatment but she still has active cancer in her lymph nodes so we are entering a bit of unknown territory. 

Because neuroblastoma is so hard to cure, predict, and control, more research needs to be done. We can't rely on age-old treatments anymore when they can prove to be more deadly than the disease in some kids. Research gave us immunotherapy, which increased survival from 0-30% to 60% in recent years. What else can research give us? 

We hope for a cure. One day, kids with neuroblastoma will go on to live long lives without all the awful side effects of these aggressive treatments. 

Thank you for joining our fight. Her fight is our fight. 
 

Donations made through this platform are secure and will be remitted directly through to Neuroblastoma Australia.

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    Neuroblastoma Australia

    Neuroblastoma is a devasting childhood cancer with the average age of diagnosis being just two years old. With survival of rates for aggressive neuroblastoma at only 50%, this disease claims more lives of children under the age of five than any other cancer.


    We don’t need a miracle; just more research.


    Neuroblastoma Australia, is a registered charity founded by families with children affected by the disease and has raised over $1.7 million for research into a cure for this complex cancer which almost exclusively affects young children.


    You can make a difference. Help raise funds for research into more effective and less toxic treatments for neuroblastoma today. 


    To get involved, or learn more, visit our charity website: www.neuroblastoma.org.au 

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