There is a potential for cure.” Dr Sujith Samarasinghe in the Haematology and Oncology department at Great Ormond Street, added: “There was no other potentially curative option. Typically the aggressive nature of these illness you are talking about a few months.
Name: Bobby Layal Date of Birth: 5th August 1990 Height: 5’8″ Vitals: 32-24-36 City: Delhi Bobby is interested in: Print ads, TVCs, Music videos, Movies, Ramp shows Bobby has already done: Music videos for Jassbir Jassi, Ravinder Garewal, Gurvinder Brar, Print ads for lifestyle products, Garment catalogues, Spice Mobile and various ramp shows all across India with Kaushik Ghosh, Vinay Gupta and Rudra Pratap, TVC for a jewelry brand.Loyal Textiles Mills Ltd., incorporated in the year 1946, is a Small Cap company (having a market cap of Rs 331.20 Crore) operating in Textiles sector. key Products/Revenue Segments include Hosiery Cloth which contributed Rs 444.50 Crore to Sales Value (39.17 % of Total Sales), Cloth which contributed Rs 330.15 Crore to Sales Value (29.09 % of Total Sales), Yarn which contributed Rs 186.94 Crore to Sales Value (16.47 % of Total Sales), Garments which contributed Rs 90.78 Crore to Sales Value (8.00 % of Total Sales), Other Operating Revenue which contributed Rs 79.54 Crore to Sales Value (7.00 % of Total Sales), Sale of services which contributed Rs 2.83 Crore to Sales Value (0.24 % of Total Sales)for the year ending 31-Mar-2017. Trained in singing and various dance forms she aspires to be a top model within few years.We wish her all the very best and hope her dreams come true soooooon !!!“Hopefully Layla will stay well and lots more children can be helped with this treatment.” Although doctors will not declare that the treatment is a success until around a year, they are hopeful that the cancer will not return.
Prof Veys added: “This was the only possible mechanism of achieving a deep remission.
But at 14-weeks-old Miss Foley noticed that Layla’s heart had begun to beat faster. At first doctors suspected a stomach bug, but a blood test a few days later showed she was suffering from the common childhood cancer, Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia.(ALL) Around one in 2000 children are diagnosed annually with ALL but the outlook is usually good with almost all achieving a remission and 85 per cent will be completely cured.
However specialists told Layla’s parents they had never seen a more aggressive case.
She was moved immediately to an intensive care unit at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London and started on a course of chemotherapy followed by a bone marrow transplant.
But after seven weeks the cancer returned and it became clear that the specialists had run out of options. Professor Paul Veys, director of bone marrow transplant at GOSH, said: “In Layla there was a lot of leukaemia still bubbling in her system. Normally we say the family should pursue a palliative care option because normally what you try fails and you lose time in hospital.” But while many parents might have felt it was kinder to let their child slip away, Miss Foley, 30, a dental receptionist and Layla’s father Ashleigh Richards, 30, a driver, refused to accept there was nothing to be done.
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