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Professor Vyas gives us some hope for Harriet

Professor Vyas gives us some hope for Harriet
In late November 2012 we went to see the respiratory professor Harish Vyas, at the Queen`s Medical Centre in Nottingham, with Harriet.  We were concerned that Harriet was going to struggle to make it through another winter and that we needed some sort of emergency respiratory plan, should Harriet start...
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Harriet`s Hand and Foot Splints

Harriet had been referred to the Occupational therapy team at the Derby Royal Hospital for hand splints, due the severe problems she was experiencing with both her hands over a number of years. It seemed that Harriet`s care had not been as smooth as it could have been and without...
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Stem Cell trials could bring Hope for Harriet

Stem Cell trials could bring Hope for Harriet
In the search to find a cure for Harriet`s debilitating white matter condition, we have come across many stumbling blocks and have had to do a lot of research into what can only be described as a Stem Cell mine field. Over the course of the last 3 years, we...
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Professor Harish Vyas Looks Into Harriet`s Respiratory Episodes

Professor Harish Vyas Looks Into Harriet`s Respiratory Episodes
It is now just over four weeks, since Harriet suffered a serious respiratory attack and was admitted to the Royal Derby Hospital`s, Children Intensive care Unit. Harriet is still not one hundred percent, but is slowly getting back to a stable condition for Harriet. After Harriet had been discharged from...
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Harriet is rushed into Accident Emergency after having the Flu Jab

Harriet is rushed into Accident Emergency after having the Flu Jab
As the colder months and darker nights started to draw in, we knew that it was only a matter of time, before Harriet would be at risk from Viruses and infections that came with the colder winter months. Harriet`s doctor came out to give Harriet and myself the Flu Jab...
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