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Hanes efeilliaid bach yn cael eu geni bythefnos yn gynnar a hogyn bach yn cael ei ruthro i Ysbyty Alder Hey, Lerpwl. Premature twins; and a little boy gets rushed to Alder Hey, ...


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-Ysbyty Gwynedd

-serves the largest area in Wales.

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-Patients come

-from Barmouth to Aberdaron...

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-..and from Holyhead to Penmaenmawr.

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-Some travel for two hours

-to reach the hospital.

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-In the early hours of the morning,

-he had a temperature spike of 38.9.

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-They want him taken to Liverpool

-this morning with blue lights.

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-Over 3,000 children

-come to Ysbyty Gwynedd every year.

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-Open your mouth wide. Say ah.

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-Let's see, little one.

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-Let's see, little one.

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-She won't hurt you.

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-Some come in and out

-on the same day.

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-Others come in as an emergency.

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-I made something that perfect!

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-But each and every one

-receives the same care.

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-I'm paid to make young children

-feel better.

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-It's the best job in the world.

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-They say that being

-a children's doctor...

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-..is more of a calling

-than a career.

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-Cube 1 is a bit of a challenge,

-just for you to know.

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-She has sickle cell.

-They're Jehovah's.

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-But that's not how Dr Mair Parry

-came to Ysbyty Gwynedd.

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-I'd love to tell you that I decided

-at eight years old...

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-..that this was what I wanted to do.

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-But truthfully, until I was about 14

-I wanted to be a vet.

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-I wanted to look after animals.

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-I liked animals

-and I enjoyed science at school.

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-That sounds a bit geeky

-but it's the truth!

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-By the age of about 13 or 14,

-I had decided to study Medicine.

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-That's what happened. I think

-the school played its part as well.

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-Ysgol David Hughes

-was very good at breeding doctors.

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-That's a good thing because

-on the children's ward...

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-..Dr Mair is the only doctor

-at her level who speaks Welsh.

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-Are you going to have a nap as well?

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-You were up all night as well.

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-You were up all night as well.

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-I'll sleep tonight.

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-That's assuming that you'll sleep

-tonight too, little one.

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-I'm a better doctor here in Bangor

-than anywhere else in the world.

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-Just because of the way I speak.

-It's more than just language.

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-It's about emotions

-and the world around us.

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-It's about

-this little part of the world.

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-If they play for Bethel, I know that

-when they play against Llanrug...

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-..it's a really important match!

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-For the family of one child

-who has cancer...

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-..receiving treatment through

-the medium of Welsh is invaluable.

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-Hello, mischief.

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-Who is it?

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-This is Osian. He's 18 months.

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-He'll be 19 months on the 13th.

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-He was diagnosed with acute

-lymphoblastic leukaemia...

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-..in April this year.

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-We're still

-in the first stages of treatment.

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-As you can see, he's come in.

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-I remember the day

-as though it was yesterday.

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-They said there was something wrong

-with his platelets...

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-..and his white blood cells.

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-That was how they diagnosed

-leukaemia.

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-Osian was sent immediately...

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-..to the specialist children's

-hospital in Liverpool.

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-At Alder Hey, they diagnosed A L L.

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-That is Acute Lymphoblastic

-Leukaemia.

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-Why does such a young child have to

-have such a horrible disease?

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-Osian came in a few months ago

-with a rash and bruises.

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-Although most cases like that

-are not a problem...

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-..in Osian it was a sign

-that he had leukaemia.

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-He's just started receiving

-chemotherapy cycles.

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-When you have chemotherapy...

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-..the infection-fighting white blood

-cells become very low in number.

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-Children receiving chemotherapy are

-more likely to pick up infections.

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-When they get an infection,

-it tends to be worse...

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-..because there are very few

-white blood cells to fight it.

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-He's come in because of a high

-temperature - a sign of infection.

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-He's been given antibiotics.

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-We have quite a stringent process

-which is shared with Alder Hey.

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-Anywhere in the country, if

-you have leukaemia, a temperature...

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-..and a low white blood cell count,

-you receive the same treatment.

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-We're keeping him in today...

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-..because his blood has gone down

-since yesterday.

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-Yesterday, his NEUT count was 1.

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-Today, it's come down to 0.3.

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-That makes him susceptible

-to any infections around.

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-Which week are we?

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-Which week are we?

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-Six.

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-It's a crucial time.

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-So they may cancel chemo

-and stop the Septrin.

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-Just to see if...

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-Just to see if...

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-He hasn't had chemo for two weeks.

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-Only in his back on Thursday

-but no oral chemo.

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-It's the back chemo

-that has caused this.

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-We'll redo the bloods again tomorrow

-morning and we'll contact Alder Hey.

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-We'll see about going home

-this afternoon.

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-If he's a flattener,

-we won't disturb him.

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-That's fine.

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-It's raining and wet

-and the weather's horrible.

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-OK. That's fine.

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-OK. That's fine.

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-You sure?

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-Maybe he can go home tomorrow,

-with the antibiotics and everything.

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-Another child

-who may have to stay in is Tulla.

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-Was she herself

-or was she quite sleepy?

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-She wasn't herself.

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-So she wasn't awake?

-And then did it start again?

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-It stopped for about 20 seconds

-and then it started again.

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-When it restarted,

-was her whole body jerking?

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-Yes.

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-Tulla, who's nine months old,

-had a fit in the early hours.

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-When the ambulance came...

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-..I understand they took

-her temperature and it was 37.7.

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-But she'd stopped fitting by then.

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-Yes. You've got a lot to say!

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-Right, can you put her on your knee

-so that I have a look at her?

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-It's hard to believe now that she

-had a fit lasting over a minute.

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-Every second was like an age

-for her mother.

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-If she screams,

-it often makes it easier.

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-Can you put your hand

-over her hands?

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-Is that what you think?

-You're not impressed, are you?

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-We think that she's had

-what we call a febrile fit.

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-It's a fit that comes with

-a high temperature.

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-A child's temperature going up

-quickly can cause a fit.

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-It's not how high the temperature is

-but more to do with the speed.

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-It's quite common.

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-Between 3% and 5%

-of babies will have them...

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-..between the ages

-of 6 months to 6 years.

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-OK.

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-Most children who have them

-will only have one.

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-So we hope she's had that one.

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-But if they have another one...

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-..they're quite likely to have it

-soon after the first.

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-We'll keep an eye on her

-until tonight.

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-We'll see how she is during the day.

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-I want to see if there's a pattern

-with the temperature.

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-It's gone up again now

-but she seems OK.

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-We'll just keep an eye on her

-because she's so little.

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-A few hours

-and we'll see how she is.

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-Great, thanks.

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-Daniel Cranston from Anglesey

-is the next one through the door.

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-Three months ago, Alder Hey Hospital

-found cancer in his breast...

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-..and started chemotherapy

-straight away.

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-Because of the treatment,

-Daniel has lost use of his legs...

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-..so he has to use a wheelchair

-at the moment.

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-Right, who's going to do this? I'll

-do the blood. Can you do the flush?

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-Or do you want me to do it?

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-You need the flush

-because they're taking blood.

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-Before every session,

-Eleri makes sure...

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-..that the pipes used

-to give the chemo are clear.

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-Does it hurt when I lift it?

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-Not that time.

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-It does usually.

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-It does usually.

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-There's a nice little scab there.

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-She also takes a little blood.

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-We look at Daniel's haemoglobin,

-his platelet count...

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-..and his white cell

-and neutrophil count.

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-The results will show me

-whether Daniel is fit enough...

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-..to go to Liverpool on Monday

-to carry on with the treatment.

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-Unfortunately, if the neutrophil

-count is lower than 1...

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-..they'll postpone the chemotherapy

-for a week.

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-So it drags everything out.

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-He's doing well this week.

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-He's doing well this week.

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-Have you been to school?

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-I went to school all day on Tuesday.

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-All day? Was that too much?

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-I was OK.

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-I've done all my BAC work.

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-You've done it? You're keen!

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-He didn't want to redo it

-in September.

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-Can you manage that?

-One, two, three, clamp.

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-Well done. Better today.

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-Opening it is the problem.

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-We start on the fourth cycle

-of chemotherapy next Monday.

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-It depends on today's blood results

-and if he's strong enough.

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-They're doing another assessment

-in August.

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-They'll do an MRI scan in Liverpool

-and a PET scan in Preston.

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-So we'll see how they go.

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-But he'll also have radiotherapy

-at Clatterbridge...

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-..at the end of August.

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-That's the plan so far.

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-But before that, there is

-a big decision to be made.

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-Daniel wants to colour

-his remaining hair.

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-He wants it to be blue.

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-What about red?

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-What about red?

-

-Red?

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-Red would be better. Red for Wales.

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-He has months of treatment ahead.

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-And a good few journeys

-from Amlwch to Liverpool.

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-I'd like to go up there

-first thing on Monday.

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-Should I phone them

-to ask if that's OK?

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-I'll write it on the results. I'll

-tell them you'll be there at 8.30am.

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-8.30am?!

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-8.30am?!

-

-OK. Maybe not. What time then?

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-I'd say... seven, eight, nine.

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-Half past nine.

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-Half past nine.

-

-Half past nine.

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-By the time he gets on the machine,

-it'll be ten. Another six hours.

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-They did offer us a place

-to stay on the ward overnight.

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-It's easier to go and come back.

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-I know it's very hard for them...

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-..especially as they live

-the other side of Anglesey.

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-They have to travel to Liverpool.

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-On a day like this,

-when there's a lot of traffic...

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-..it's going to be

-a very long day for him.

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-We know what time

-we've put down for them.

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-But by the time they get

-to Liverpool...

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-..something may have happened

-that end.

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-That can mean they're a bit late

-getting on the machine.

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-The day becomes even longer.

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-Sometimes on the way home

-they feel ill.

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-When you feel like that,

-you just want to get home...

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-..and to your own bed.

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-You know you've got at least an hour

-and a half before you get there.

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-It's very hard.

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-It's going to be a long morning.

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-It's going to be a long morning.

-

-I'm going to fetch some breakfast.

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-Hospital toast. Nice.

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-Hospital toast. Nice.

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-Nothing better. Or a nice teacake.

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-Will you have anything?

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-He's had two eggs

-and two slices of toast and a cuppa.

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-There's nothing stopping you

-having more!

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-A day after coming to Ward Dewi,

-Osian, who has leukaemia...

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-..is leaving to go to Alder Hey

-Children's Hospital in Liverpool.

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-He had a temperature spike of 38.9

-at around 2.30am.

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-He was supposed to go to theatre

-at Alder Hey on Thursday...

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-..so I just let them know.

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-They want him taken over there

-this morning with blue lights.

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-My partner is coming now.

-He'll follow us over there.

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-I'll go in the ambulance with him.

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-You can have that in a minute

-when we go.

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-And Mum helps out?

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-I try.

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-I don't understand a lot of it.

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-I keep asking Eleri

-but it won't go in...

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-..because I don't understand

-a lot of it anyway.

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-Mandy's starting to understand it

-but I still don't understand it.

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-I'll just go in.

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-Hello, hello.

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-Right, good morning. How are you?

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-Right, so we're heading for

-Alder Hey. Are you OK with that?

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-Has Chris arrived?

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-Has Chris arrived?

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-Not yet.

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-When you get to Liverpool,

-they'll do the bloods again.

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-The blood we've taken

-won't count in Liverpool.

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-So they'll do it again.

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-They'll do the cross match

-and the full blood count.

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-Then they'll give him a transfusion

-based on the results.

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-Looking at him, he needs something.

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-He needs a little pick-me-up.

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-So...

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-His legs seem a bit mottled again.

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-Yes. He's still doing this

-with his legs on the bed.

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-He complains when he does that.

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-His blood pressure was a bit high

-this morning - 138 over 85.

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-We'll do it again just before

-he leaves for Liverpool...

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-..to make sure that everything's OK.

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-We'll do saturations and all that.

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-My mum was asking me about his blood

-and I couldn't remember.

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-White cells come down to 3.6

-instead of 6 point something.

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-Haemoglobin is 72 instead of 79.

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-So we are actually heading down

-instead of coming up.

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-His platelets were 89 yesterday.

-This morning, they're 80.

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-And his NEUTs have stayed at 0.3.

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-We also did a marker for infection,

-CRP, which was less than 5.

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-This morning, it's 8. So clearly

-there's something going on.

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-When they give you two hours

-to get ready to go to Alder Hey...

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-..how do you get your head around...

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-..gathering everything

-you need to go?

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-You need clothes. You have no idea

-how long you'll be there.

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-You have to be prepared.

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-You have to make sure that

-everyone knows what's happening.

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-It just isn't enough time

-to tell everyone...

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-..and get everything ready

-to go to Alder Hey.

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-It's just stressful.

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-It's very hard.

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-I'll see you later.

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-I'll see you later.

-

-Thanks, Eleri.

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-Dr Mair is in the special baby unit

-this morning.

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-She's come to see two babies

-born six weeks early.

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-Llyr and Begw arrived last night.

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-They were born about 6.30pm

-last night.

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-Premature twins.

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-The mother had to have a caesarean.

-Llyr came out first.

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-His sister followed.

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-Premature babies can lose heat

-very quickly.

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-That's why they're in incubators

-and that's why it's so warm here.

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-When they're first born,

-we make sure they're warm...

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-..and that they're breathing.

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-We decide if they need oxygen.

-We check their sugar levels.

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-We have a checklist of things.

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-We start with ABC - Airway,

-Breathing, Circulation.

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-Then we think about

-warmth and sugar.

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-We also have to decide whether

-they can suck to get milk...

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-..or if they need a drip.

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-Usually, we start them on a drip

-so that they get some sugar.

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-Then we introduce milk

-and cut down on the drip.

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-That's where we are with him.

-He's on 2.5ml an hour on the drip.

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-It sounds like nothing.

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-But if we stopped it

-and didn't replace it with milk...

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-..his sugar levels would drop.

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-On the maternity ward,

-the twins' mother Cadi...

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-..only has photos of her babies

-for now.

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-This is Llyr.

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-And this is Begw.

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-I didn't see the little girl last

-night when I had the caesarean.

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-She couldn't catch her breath

-on her own.

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-She was rushed away.

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-But I saw Llyr.

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-This morning, I went there at

-five o'clock. I didn't sleep at all.

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-I had an hour's sleep.

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-I'm so excited to see them.

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-The second twin

-is often not as well as the first.

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-It takes longer for them to be born.

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-Every long birth causes

-more problems for the babies.

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-It's not unexpected for her to be

-not quite as well as her brother.

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-But she's also started on the milk.

-She vomited during the night.

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-We thought that was because

-she'd swallowed a lot of mucus...

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-..during the birth.

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-She's back on the milk. She's on

-antibiotics like her brother.

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-They've obviously been together

-for not far off nine months.

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-So she's also on antibiotics.

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-We can control everything

-in the incubator...

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-..the temperature,

-the humidity in the air.

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-It all makes a lot of difference.

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-They lose a lot of water

-because they breathe so fast.

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-So we can control the humidity

-in these as well.

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-Once her temperature has settled,

-we'll take her out of this.

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-She can then join her brother.

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-I can't believe what's happened.

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-I can't believe we've managed to

-create something so perfect.

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-They're just perfect.

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-The ambulance has arrived

-to take little Osian to Liverpool.

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-But it's hard to leave

-without knowing when you'll be back.

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-Debs, I'm going now.

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-Have a safe journey.

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-It's not just Osian

-we have to worry about.

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-We have the house, the animals,

-my partner's job.

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-We have to let everyone know

-what's going on.

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-Chris had to let them know

-he wouldn't be in work.

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-We have no idea how long

-we'll be in Alder Hey.

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-It could be a day,

-it could be a week.

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-He was quite stable when he left...

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-..but I didn't like

-the mottled look of his legs.

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-Even though his body was warm.

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-We'll see how things go. I'll give

-them a ring later. What time is it?

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-They've probably arrived.

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-Last week, when I did

-a blue light transfer...

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-..we were in Liverpool

-in 65 minutes!

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-I've never felt so sick.

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-But I was so glad to see Alder Hey.

-It took about 3.5 hours to get home!

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-Doesn't matter. It's all worth it.

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-But for 18-year-old Cadi

-from Pwllheli...

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-..the child-raising journey

-is just starting.

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-After a night without

-her little babies...

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-..she's come with her father

-to see them.

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-Don't disturb him.

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-He'll open his eyes now.

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-Oh. I can't find the words

-to tell you how it feels.

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-It's unbelievable.

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-It's amazing. And one of each

-is something else!

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-No more, that's what I hope.

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-I'm overjoyed.

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-I'm the happiest person around

-if I'm honest.

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-It's warm here.

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-It's hard to believe

-how life is created like this.

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-To think that they're six...

-was it six weeks early?

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-Six weeks early.

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-Six weeks premature.

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-What they can do in these places

-these days is unbelievable.

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-Fair play to them.

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-They take care of everything.

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-Is it a little bit sore?

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-I think it's just the dressing.

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-OK. It's nice and dry

-so we'll leave it as it is.

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-Osian has come home...

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-..after receiving treatment

-for leukaemia at Alder Hey.

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-At the moment, the little boy

-from Caernarfon...

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-..seems to be winning the battle.

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-I'm looking forward to the future

-when these next two years are over.

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-At the moment, he's on maintenance

-because he's in remission.

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-I'm looking forward

-for that to end...

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-..so that he can do

-what children are supposed to do.

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-Play around, go out and not have to

-worry about getting ill...

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-..and spending days in hospital.

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-Osian is now in remission.

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-He's a typical boy

-who's nearly two years old!

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-Terrible twos

-on top of everything else.

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-But it feels as though

-we've had our little boy back.

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-It's a godsend really.

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-High five.

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-Yay!

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-Daniel has had a stem cell

-transplant at Alder Hey Hospital.

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-He's about to start radiotherapy

-treatment at Clatterbridge.

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-Tulla hasn't had another fit

-since leaving hospital.

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-Osian is still in remission.

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-The twins are getting on well

-in Pwllheli.

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Hanes efeilliaid bach yn cael eu geni bythefnos yn gynnar a hogyn bach yn cael ei ruthro i Ysbyty Alder Hey, Lerpwl. Premature twins; and a little boy gets rushed to Alder Hey, Liverpool.