Four-year-old Ava has been living with a brain tumour since late 2018 – a tumour that keeps growing back after surgery and treatment including radiation and chemotherapy, and is now inoperable, tragically making her brain cancer terminal. Surgeons worked relentlessly for seven hours and were unable to remove any of the tumour as it was too dangerous. Ava’s tumour is now monitored for growth, but her parents are facing the very unsure reality of her future. Discover more about the children inspiring the Children's Brain Cancer Centre here
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