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My name is Laraib and I’m ten years old. I was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia with an abl2 translocation in February 2017. I have been told I am the only person in the country with this type of cancer.
My daily morning routine has changed a lot and I often have no appetite or feel sick at breakfast time now.
I have to go to Birmingham Children’s Hospital every day to receive treatment and have lots of tests done.
I loved to bake and garden before my treatment started.
This is the first time I’ve been to school for a long time.
Tablets and medication are now a big part of my life.
These are my beads of courage and this is what each bead means.
Cancer means I have to stay indoors now.
Everyone should learn to dance in the rain.