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Ollie was facing a rare form of leukemia and had lost interest in everything. His two options were more aggressive treatment or a bone marrow transplant. Then his older brother Gabe gave him the ultimate gift.

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Addy was struggling to cope with life in hospital. At only three years old the cancer treatment procedures she faced terrified her. Meeting Child Life Therapist Kylie changed Addy’s world and gave her the skills to undergo something extraordinary.

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The Rollinson family have had to overcome more in the last three years than many will in a lifetime. Luke faced his biggest fear - that his son and daughter had inherited the retinoblastimo cancer gene that took his own eye as a child.

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Jonah was diagnosed with a brain tumour at three months old. His life was saved, but his constant medical care since then has dominated his childhood, making him miss out on all the fun and independence other kids enjoy. That all changed the day he went to Junior Camp.

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Jazmyn was the bubbly ‘miracle child’ her parents thought they could never have. But at three years old, after a shock diagnosis with ALL, Jazmyn was so traumatized by treatment she would barely speak. Then, the Camp Quality puppets brought laughter back into her life.

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Teddy was just like any other active little boy, who enjoyed nothing more than mucking around with his big brother in the backyard. At four, Teddy had just started soccer. It was around that time things changed.

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The whole Kennedy family was shaken to the core when their littlest Luke was diagnosed with cancer at three. Siblings Cade and Abby needed support to understand what was happening to their brother and precious time to be kids again.

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Jess was a beach baby, loving the sun and surf, but on her 6th birthday things took a turn for the worst. Having defied all odds and brushed death many times in her life, she is a true example of living an optimistic life.

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Isabelle's story

What started off as a sore knee revealed itself to be something far more serious for little Isabelle.

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Jessye was diagnosed with cancer at just eleven months old. Following the unexpected death of her father who tragically passed after a motoring accident, Jessye was taken to a specialist when her mum, Trish, noticed a reflective growth forming in her left eye.

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