This beautiful video shows a four-year-old girl ringing the cancer-free bell after battling cancer for the past three years.
Phoebe Ashfield, from Dudley, West Midlands, was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia in 2019 at just seven months old.
During her three years of treatment, she relapsed three times.
Her mother, Emma Wyke, 30, captured the heartwarming moment as her daughter rang the treatment-free bell surrounded by nurses as they cheered on Phoebe and gave her a well-deserved round of applause.
At one point during Phoebe’s treatment, Emma was warned that she might not pull through, so that ringing moment was a sigh of relief after years of emotional agony.
Phoebe Ashfield, from Dudley, West Midlands, was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia in 2019 at just seven months old and has suffered three relapses during her three-year treatment
Emma said: “At one stage of her treatment I was told she will not pull through and prepare me for the worst.
“It’s devastating and heartbreaking to see my little girl go through all of this.
“When Phoebe was first diagnosed I thought they had the wrong child and it just can’t be my daughter as she only had a cold and a mast infection and it can’t be cancer.
Her mother captured the heartwarming moment as her daughter rang the treatment-free bell surrounded by nurses cheering and clapping for Phoebe
Phoebe relapsed three times during her three-year treatment as she was first diagnosed when she was seven months old
“When she finally rang the bell it was a mix of feelings, you want to cry tears of joy but you still have this worry of wondering if it’s going to come back, you don’t really know how you feel.
“Phoebe started chemotherapy but unfortunately it wasn’t strong enough to keep the cancer away. She relapsed in June 2019, where she had to undergo Car-T therapy.
“Which involved taking her own stem cells and modifying them to fight the cancer, which she relapsed again in September.
Her mother, Emma Wyke, 30, said: “When Phoebe was first diagnosed I thought they had the wrong child and it just can’t be my daughter.”
At one point during Phoebe’s treatment, her mother, Emma, was warned that she might not pull through
Emma is now urging people to sign up to be stem cell donors through DKMS and Anthony Nolan, saying, “Without these selfless people, adults and children, my daughter would not be here to tell this story.”
“It was successful until January 2020 when she relapsed for the third time and required a stem cell transplant and time was against us.
“If anything comes of this, it will be stem cell donor registration by DKMS and Anthony Nolan, because without these selfless people, adults and children, my daughter would not be here to tell this story.
“If you can please register, you could save someone’s life.”
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