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  1. Scott Lau 1 year ago 26th May 2016

    Dear all,

    Thank you for taking your time to read Kaleigh’s Webpage, please continue to spread the word and support us in this battle

    Thank you

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  2. emma 1 year ago 26th May 2016

    You both are amazing and strong people you have all the love and support from us mums (and dads) of the school. Prayers for your wonderful family. Emma bill and boys x x x x

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    • Scott Lau 1 year ago 26th May 2016

      Thank you. Any parents in this situation will do the same as us and do everything they can to protect their family, we are just trying our best to give her what she deserves (a chance). Thanks for the support.

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  3. Peter 1 year ago 26th May 2016

    I’m so sorry for you and your family.

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    • Scott Lau 1 year ago 26th May 2016

      No cure today, does not mean no cure tomorrow. We need to be positive and be strong for Kaleigh. Thanks for the support.

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  4. Dave Oh 1 year ago 26th May 2016

    Scott, Yang

    I came across your website via my friends on Facebook and really wanted to just say stay strong and keep fighting. GOSH is the most amazing place for kids and families.

    Kayleigh like many children are so strong and resilient and she will beat this. My son Jayden goes to GOSH for check-ups on his heart condition and they simply the best in the world.

    Prayers to your family.

    Dave

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  5. Scott Lau 1 year ago 26th May 2016

    Dave, thanks for your post. We know we are in good hands at GOSH and UCH, but the next step is an unknown for everybody. We will work with them to hopefully get the right result. Thanks for the support

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  6. Louise Rice 1 year ago 31st May 2016

    Our Dearest Friends, Scott, Yang, Kaleigh, Carson,

    Heart sorry that you are going through all of this. We go through this journey with you in our daily thoughts and prayers. Everyone here in Ireland is routing for Kaleigh. “Where there is light there is hope” Wishing you all well. All our love, Louise, Paul, Lucy & Daire xxxx

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  7. Mark Rhodes 1 year ago 1st June 2016

    Scott,
    Wishing you all lots of strength to fight this horrible illness. Children are so much stronger than us adults and Kaleigh will bounce back.
    Mark R

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  8. Rachel Scott 1 year ago 2nd June 2016

    Sending you and your family all the hope in the world.

    My dad was treated for a rare brain tumour (CNS lymphoma) at both National Hospital for Neurology and UCLH – we found the staff and the medical knowledge to be absolutely top notch – your daughter could not be in a better place. Modern medicine is incredible. That was 18 months ago and he’s now in remission despite the bleak out look at the time. Hold tight…your daughter could be the first one to be cured.

    Rachel Scott
    (a MM colleague…I never worked with you, but recognised your name)

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  9. Gosia Nowicka 1 year ago 5th June 2016

    I’m very sorry to hear that Kaleigh got ill. It’s truly heartbreaking. I’ll be praying for her and your family. Lydia sends Kaleigh loads of kisses and hugs xxx

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  10. Alison Malone 12 months ago 29th June 2016

    I am very sorry to hear about your daughters ill health.
    I have signed your petition after seeing it advertised in my local newsagent in Sawbridgeworth.
    It resonated with me as I am aware of DIPG, through a family that live in Chelsea and were customers at the flower shop I worked at.
    They are founders of The Lyla Nsouli foundation.
    I wish you strength and love in your family’s fight against this cruel disease.
    Alison x

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