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Lachy is one-year cancer free

Lachlan was a happy baby who slept and fed well. At 18 months, Lachy developed fevers, vomiting and general tiredness. Initially believed to be a virus, doctors discovered Lachy had an 11 cm tumour in his abdomen. Within days he was diagnosed with Stage IV neuroblastoma, which had spread to his bone marrow.

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For premature babies, surviving birth is often just the first of many challenges. Now researchers are targeting inflammation, which underpins some of the most devastating illnesses affecting premature newborns.

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World-leading National Centre for Inflammation Research to be established in Victoria
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