- 10% chance of recovery after undergoing the strongest chemotherapy available
- 30% to 40% chance of recovery if surgery to remove the tumours and bone marrow transplant are performed after the chemotherapy
It does sound grim but on the bright side, Little Charmaine was so cheerful today. She didn’t throw any tantrum and she had her cute cheeky smile plastered on her face most of the time. She was clearly very happy and her mood had certainly changed ever since she was brought home.
I seriously think that the mind is a very powerful tool to control how one’s body would respond.
Guess what our princess said today with great determination?
"I want to fight the monster in my tummy!"
That's our feisty little girl!
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I found a cute banner button specially made for little charmaine!
I dunno if I can reveal where I got this from. Anyway, I realise that the person who made it is a friend of my good friend. The relation to charmaine is so distant and I really appreciate this little act of creating a button for her. Thank you!
Edited to add:
Got the code!!!! Thanx Alvin! It's really uncanny to know that our degree of contact is actually not so distant! =)
Copy the HTML in your blog/website to show the badge:
<a href="http://ourfeistyprincess.blogspot.com" target="_blank"><img src="http://shootingpixie.com/wp-content/themes/nishita/i/charbanner.jpg" alt="Feisty Char needs bullets to fight!" /></a>
Ok this is dumb coz I've disabled the right click function on my blog. Please get the code from Char's blog.