After seven months, Evan was released from hospital on Friday 28th September. During this time he has spent two months in intensive care, undergone two rounds of chemotherapy, two stomach operations, a bone marrow transplant and many complications and fevers. Despite all this he is in good shape except for …
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Today was the six month anniversary of Evan being re-admitted to hospital following his leukaemia relapse. The nurse said he now holds the record for the most number of files in the hematology ward.
Jo is participating in the 2007 World’s Greatest Shave to support the leukaemia Foundation.
Evan Hill is in ward C5A having chemotherapy in preparation for his for his bone marrow transplant.
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Evan had been re-admitted to Westmead Hospital following a leukaemia relapse. This time the only option is a bone marrow transplant. This will be preceded by rounds of preparatory chemotherapy.
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Following a blood test last week, Evan was admitted to the Haematology ward at Westmead Hospital for chemotherapy treatment.
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