Support Leanne Bachop

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  • Second cycle of treatment     05 September 2014

    Hi dear people, I am heading back to Melbourne tomorrow for my 2nd cycle of PRRT treatment at Peter Mac Cancer Institute. I have started back on Chemo and I am feeling grateful I have had a good rest and feeling stronger since my last visit. I am truly thankful for the amazing continued support from everyone and forever grateful for the kindness of others in helping make treatment possible for me. Your ongoing support and donations is very much appreciated , and gives me the chance to keep surviving and continue defying the odds of this Cancer. I will keep you posted on how I am getting on. Much love to you all Leanne & Michael xx

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  • Update on recovery from Treatment!     21 July 2014

    Hi everyone , may you all be keeping warm on these chilly winter days. It has been just over a month since my first cycle of treatment and over the past couple of days, I have turned a positive corner. It has not been easy but when you are in it, you just have to get through it. Thanks to a double dose of antibiotics my lung and chest has cleared and Pneumonia is well under control. I have finished my 3 week cycle of Chemo pills which has made a big difference to how I feel. ( Chemo is needed in my case because of the advanced stage my tumors are at and not as a cure but more as a back round safety net to keep the tumors active when receiving the targeted Radiation therapy. It is a bit more complex but trusting in the process. The Radiation is starting to settle right down now too. So a part from my hormone patches and monthly Otreotide injection ( to help with tumor symptoms and burden., I am pretty much back to paracetamol and very happy about that. Apart from feeling fatigue, its great to not feel nauseous and be running to the toilet all day from chronic diarrhea. Pain levels pretty good also. I have good support from my GP and Oncologist who keep an eye on me while I am in between treatments and work in with the Doctors from Peter Mac in Melbourne . My main priority is to keep my side affects under control and this first cycle has definitely taught me a lot and paved the way going forward. The doctors and nurses in Melbourne are great and I was treated like family. They also have a lot of empathy for us Kiwi's with NETS, having to self fund our treatment and travel back and forth etc. They acknowledge its tough enough going through the Treatment , let alone having to travel and stress about finances. They are aware this needs to change for us and are wanting to see the required scanning machines ( to pick up on early detection) and PRRT Treatment, come to New Zealand at some stage. This is all very comforting and I now have a bout 6 weeks to keep recovering and do all the healthy things to get my body and mind strong as can be for treatment number 2. I feel very blessed for all the great support I receive from you all and even tho I have many yuck days at the moment I remain positive and grateful for this opportunity called Life!! I would like to say to all the 12 volunteers that shaved their Hair for me. "" You have all given me strength"", its just about my turn to go get a short haircut, my hair is now falling out in clump's & Mike is getting tired of having to vacuum up after me, every where I go lol Many thanks people much love Leanne xx Photo: Hi everyone , may you all be keeping warm on these chilly winter days. It has been just over a month since my first cycle of treatment and over the past couple of days, I have turned a positive corner. It has not been easy but when you are in it, you just have to get through it. Thanks to a double dose of antibiotics my lung and chest has cleared and Pneumonia is well under control. I have finished my 3 week cycle of Chemo pills which has made a big difference to how I feel. ( Chemo is needed in my case because of the advanced stage my tumors are at and not as a cure but more as a back round safety net to keep the tumors active when receiving the targeted Radiation therapy. It is a bit more complex but trusting in the process. The Radiation is starting to settle right down now too. So a part from my hormone patches and monthly Otreotide injection ( to help with tumor symptoms and burden., I am pretty much back to paracetamol and very happy about that. Apart from feeling fatigue, its great to not feel nauseous and be running to the toilet all day from chronic diarrhea. Pain levels pretty good also. I have good support from my GP and Oncologist who keep an eye on me while I am in between treatments and work in with the Doctors from Peter Mac in Melbourne . My main priority is to keep my side affects under control and this first cycle has definitely taught me a lot and paved the way going forward. The doctors and nurses in Melbourne are great and I was treated like family. They also have a lot of empathy for us Kiwi's with NETS, having to self fund our treatment and travel back and forth etc. They acknowledge its tough enough going through the Treatment , let alone having to travel and stress about finances. They are aware this needs to change for us and are wanting to see the required scanning machines ( to pick up on early detection) and PRRT Treatment, come to New Zealand at some stage. This is all very comforting and I now have a bout 6 weeks to keep recovering and do all the healthy things to get my body and mind strong as can be for treatment number 2. I feel very blessed for all the great support I receive from you all and even tho I have many yuck days at the moment I remain positive and grateful for this opportunity called Life!! I would like to say to all the 12 volunteers that shaved their Hair for me. "" You have all given me strength"", its just about my turn to go get a short haircut, my hair is now falling out in clump's & Mike is getting tired of having to vacuum up after me, every where I go lol Many thanks people much love Leanne xx

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  • Acknowledgement to everyone for your amazing support!     30 June 2014

    Hi everyone, having just shared the video clip of Leanne's Head Shave & Fundraiser night on Leafs FollowLeanneBachopf. Wanting and needing to acknowledge people on such an amazing night and a big thank you to the committee, Lindsay Welch and Mike Pero Team. John Dunn for your support, to my brotherfs Living legends and to everyone who donated goods and rung around, door knocked to find goods THANK YOU. To the 12 head shave volunteers and awesome hairdressers very brave. To all our family and friends. To More FM and The Breeze for interviewing Lea and her brother Steve and advertising the cause. To the Christchurch Press and the support of Canterbury and people throughout NZ and abroad for your continuous support and donations via Face book and Give a little. Also a big thank you for the work that the Unicorn foundation for your support of patientfs living with NETS and their families. This is the meaning behind the guys sporting the unicorn horn to help keep getting the awareness out to the people about the type of cancer Lea and others live with. Also a special mention to Lyttelton community Leanne's home town and Sumner community my home town. For anyone I may have missed know that Lea and I are forever grateful from the bottom of our hearts Aroha nui cheers Mike and Leanne

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  • Off to Peter Mac in Melbourne tomorrow for first cycle of PRRT     14 June 2014

    Hi everyone a massive big THANK YOU to you all for your ongoing generosity and amazing support! The Fundraiser held for me was a huge success not only financially but generated an amazing sense of love and connected people on a deeper level of joy, happiness and peace to be able to help and contribute to a much needed cause. With out the help of you all going to Melbourne for treatment would be a lot more difficult and added stress and burden. So I thank you from the bottom of my heart as this could be the thing that could change and save my life! Michael and I fly out early tomorrow and will be at Peter Mac Cancer institute Hospital on Monday morning 16th June to start my first cycle of PRRT treatment ! I feel very touched by human kindness and will keep posting up dates of my next stages of this part of my journey through Treatment. Please feel free if you are on Facebook to FollowLeanneBachop'sJourney where I have been blogging my journey and posting lots of info about NETS Cancer if you would like to find out more and for better understanding. Sending many blessings to you all and lots of love, take care for now Leanne xx

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  • Update on Fundraiser      07 June 2014

    Thanks again people for your continued support and kind donations coming in. If you would like to purchase Tickets to next Tuesday Fundraiser. You can pay here just write in comment box eg; 1x ticket $25.00 or how many you would like then write down your receipt number from givealittle for confirmation you have paid. Then if you could send a quick text to Teina 021834623 and tell her your name, that you have paid and for how many. And tickets will be waiting at the door for you. We are trying to keep track of what donations are for movie tickets and don't want you to be disappointed if we don't have you down on our door entry list. Or you can just contact Teina 021834623 and she can organize tickets for you. They are selling fast and not many days to go. Tuesday 10th June 6.30pm at Readings Cinema's The Palms ChCh. Also FollowLeanneBachop'sJourney on Facebook and all details are on her page. For more understanding of NET Cancer please check out Leanne's page there is lots of information you may need and could help prolong and save someone's life. Many thanks Michael

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  • Thank you people & Fundraiser update     29 May 2014

    Hi Everyone THANK YOU very much for your continued support and donations. It is a huge help and the funds that have been raised so far have contributed to airfares and scans and meeting with Professor Hicks at Peter Mac hospital in Melbourne early this year and will contribute to treatment going forward. With out this is would not be so possible and is helping to eliminate financial stress! Leanne is booked for her first cycle of treatment in Melbourne on June 17th and we fly out on Sunday 15th. Leanne is in preparation for this now, with lots of the various on going tests etc. Unfortunately Lea""s tumor burden is at a all time high and she is losing weight and her physical body is deteriorating a lot every day. There is a fundraiser being held for Leanne on Tuesday 10th June. At Readings Cinema's CH CH starting at 6.30pm. Tickets are $25 per person. The night begins With 12 brave volunteers having their hair shaved by experienced hairdressers. Then a live and silent Auction followed by a movie. Through the kindness of many people lots of amazing donated goods are coming in to auction. Tickets are selling fast so if you would like to come along and join in on this fun event contact Teina 021834623 teina1@hotmail.com or go to follow Leanne Bachop's journey page to find out more. Thanks to Key personal at Mike Pero real estates for making this happen. Once again a big thanks Cheers Michael

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  • Many thanks everyone     16 April 2014

    A big thank you everyone for your continued support. Lea is doing best she can , but feeling a lot more tired , loss of appetite and pain at the moment. She is booked in for her first Treatment in early June , which is not far off now , but some days wondering is it to far away. We trust the professors reason for this in wanting to accurately target the tumors only, without compromising her immune system (healthy body) too much, in hope to give her a better chance of a positive recovery as she has already been through to much! Your continued generosity is appreciated and we will keep you posted. Kind regards Michael

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  • A message of thanks from Michael     04 February 2014

    Happy new year to you all. I am personally wanting to say thank you very much for your kind generosity, not only financially , but of spirit and emotionally for myself , Leanne and daughter Gen. I have to say at times I feel helpless , watching the love of my life, be pushed and challenged to the max , to continually keep on surviving this somewhat complex Cancer. I am grateful 2 years on that she is still here with us all, celebrating life and has already deified the odds and continues to amaze me with her strength, courage and is a true fighter who will not give up and full victim to this illness doing everything she can to help herself. Our appointment at Peter Mac hospital in Melbourne, to meet with the Professor went well.It has given us another option , now that we have exhausted all other options in New Zealand. Lea's Tumors have spread quite significantly more through out her bones with in the past few months. The good news is, she still meets the criteria to have Treatment and she will hopefully start her first round of 4 lots in early June. Since arriving back home from our appointment Lea has had to go back on a small dose of prescribed medication to lessen the burden of symptoms, her Tumors create. Unfortunately her body is so sensitive, this can also heighten them. Most days if she is not in pain , she is feeling tired, unwell or whatever presents that day, but she never complains gets out of bed and is just thankful to still be alive. For someone in this critical condition, she still manages to appear as beautiful as ever, and keeps sharing her love with everyone. So to everyone who is supporting us on this Journey , it brings much comfort and thank you very much kind regards Mike

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  • Thank you to Azura Hair Studio Christchurch & Merry Christmas to all.     23 December 2013

    I would like to say a big THANK YOU to a long time friend Jo Fraser business owner of Azura Hair Studio Christchurch, also THANK YOU to your staff and wonderful client's for the amazing Raffle/ fundraiser you did for me! Wow feeling so blessed by this kind act and contribution towards my treatment in Melbourne. Jo and I share many memories working together quite a few years back and have formed a strong friendship ever since. Love you long time Jo and forever grateful xx Also for any one needing a good hairdresser give Jo a call. I would highly recommend! Also wanting to Wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and may the New Year be filled with lots of love,joy, good health and laughter, THANK YOU again for all your kind support and donations! Every little bit is helping so much towards getting me to Melbourne for treatment. My physical health is starting to go down a little now, so Melbourne can't come around quick enough. I am so grateful and I know this is a big comfort to all my family and friends too. Many blessing's to you all and take care out there, much love Leanne, Mike and family xx

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  • Update on heading to Peter MacCallum in Melbourne     03 December 2013

    Hi dear people, firstly thank you everyone for your continued support and donations. This is a huge help & reducing unwanted stress in not so easy times. My trip to Auckland, to meet with the Unicorn Foundation was well worth the visit.Your kind contributions contributed to our Airfares etc and Mike and I have come away feeling well supported and has given us a lot more information and hope. We met with many wonderful people and the Unicorn foundation are doing an amazing job and their core values are to be applauded. It is such a relief to know we are not a lone and all that they are doing for (Neuroendocrine Tumors) NET patients , family, friends and the general public is fantastic. I have seen a need for this over the past years while living with NET myself and I will continue to help and support bringing about the awareness any way I can to help save life's. If you are following my journey there is information about the Unicorn foundation on my FB page and if you are not feel free to have look. I have also had some positive news , that I will be heading to Peter MacCullum Cancer Hospital in Melbourne in early January for a Scan and consultation with Professor Rod Hicks. So happy to hear this news and if I am a candidate for treatment they want to move me on faster. I am also realistic that this may not be an option as I am not on any mediation (Octreotide) at present and that things are progressing a little bit faster than I would like in my Bones. I also have to be mindful my body has been pushed to the extreme and still recovering from 3 major surgeries over the past 2 years. At the end of the day I am nothing but grateful to my Surgeon and medical team for stepping up and removing the bulk of the tumors so that I am still here 2 years on. I am truly grateful to everyone and I will continue to be proactive and keep doing all I can to live on . To all you kind people out there , people I know and people I don't , bless you all , much love and gratitude Leanne , Mike and Family

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  • A Big THANK YOU for the Mainfreight live auction.     25 November 2013

    Hi everyone, I would like to say A MASSIVE BIG THANK YOU & ACKNOWLEGEMENT to all the people involved with the MAINFREIGHT LIVE AUCTION FUNDRAISER that was held for me last Wednesday night. Firstly to my dear friend Margie Foster for organizing this event and Packages to make the night possible, I love you and forever grateful. To Sonia Taylor for backing and driving the night and to the Main freight team/staff for donating the use of your facilities where the auction was held on the night A BIG THANK YOU! Also thank you to, Phil McGoldrick for donating your time and doing a great job as Auctioneer. To all the sponsors and donators involved: Mainfreight. Southern Hospitality, Flying Burrito Brothers, Winnie Bagoes, One Good Horse Vouchers. NZ Cricket Team signed Shirt, Canterbury Crusaders Package. Aaron Mauger & Andy Ellis BBQ Package. Canterbury Tactics & Motivations Netball package. NZ All Blacks 2013 Signed Rugby Jersey. Australian signed net ball. Many Thanks. A Special thanks to: Margie Foster, Anthony Becfs, Aaron Mauger, Andy Ellis, Geoff and Wendy Cavell,Liz Ellis, Sonia Taylor and any names I may have missed, Cannot thank you all enough. To all the people that attended the night, placed a bid, and the winners of the prizes, I am truly thankful. I was not there on the night, but to hear and read about all the effort involved by all these wonderful people and those who contributed, is very humbling. I count my blessings and am very grateful. The night was a huge success and raised $10,400 in total. This is such a huge contribution, to help my hopes of any future treatment possible, and make it a reality. I have just found out that I am flying to Auckland on Thursday to meet with the Unicorn Foundation, which supports my type of Rare Cancer, NET Neuroendocrine Tumors (Carcinoid Cancer). They are holding a Patientfs meeting and have a specialist Doctor speaking. This will help me gather more information on treatment options, while I wait for my appointment date with Professer Rod Hicks in Melbourne. Everyonefs kind acts and generosity, is truly supporting me to have the strength and giving me the resources to continue beating this Cancer and my greatest desire for a longer life. On behalf of my beloved Michael Sherrie, Bachop Families, and myself, Bless you all, much love and kind regards Leanne

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  • Hi Everyone and many thanks from Leanne     14 November 2013

    Hi Kind people, thank you once again for your generous donations. It is such an amazing support and I feel so blessed to receive so much love , which is a great help to keep me going and gives me strength at this difficult time. My latest meeting with my Specialist confirmed that there is no more options of Surgery left for me and treatment options in New Zealand are not available. I am now waiting to hear from a Specialist in Melbourne Australia to contact me and arrange a meeting. So I will look at traveling over there and have a chat when this is arranged. I am hoping this will be with in the next two weeks all going well.There is no guarantee's treatment will have any affect on helping my tumors now that it is in my Bones and also we have to be mindful that I am still recovering from three major surgeries. I feel its worth a visit, as I have nothing left to lose. My mind and spirit is strong, but unfortunately my body is starting to feel a bit achy and fatigued. I will update when I know more. So thank you from the bottom of my heart for all your kind words, contributions and messages, much love and take care Leanne ooxx

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  • Many thanks from Leanne     26 October 2013

    A big thank you to all you kind people out there, for your continued support ! Your beautiful messages are so encouraging and inspires me to keep on going and wanting to share my story. I am hoping to find out sooner than later my options to travel to Australia for treatment or not. I will keep you posted when I know more. Thank you Chantelle and very proud of you , for all you are doing for me. Especially your help and support for my facebook and givealittle page. Getting the awareness , of my rare type of cancer out to the people is so important to me and this is all contributing to it positively, so thanks again beautiful girl ! To everyone, family , friends, Cousins and the people from my home town of Lyttelton your support is very comforting and much appreciated in these difficult times. I am forever grateful for your kind donations and also thank you for sharing and liking my page. On behalf of myself and beloved partner Mike much love and many blessings to you all. kind regards Leanne ox

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  • Lea's latest results and where to from here...     22 October 2013

    Hi Chantelle here, It saddens me to bring everyone following Leafs journey this latest update, but due to the love and support she is receiving from you all, we now would like to keep you informed and reveal her latest results. Unfortunately the Tumor found on Leafs spine has grown over the past 4 months and is sitting in a complicated area. The location is too difficult for an operation and recovery from surgery itself could make her quality of life worse. Additional new Tumors are growing on her enewf Liver, which replenished healthily after the initial surgery in 2011. Also, many more Tumors are growing in the bone down around the lower back and pelvic area. As these new Tumors have progressed pretty fast within 4 months and the Cancer is now in the bone, unfortunately surgery is not worth exploring and there are no more treatment options left in NZ. The Doctors are looking into one more option. It is not a cure but may help give Lea more time here with us all. It involves visiting Melbourne in Australia for a new type of Cancer treatment which may help slow down the activity of the Tumors. This option will be due to her body being strong enough however, after her 3 previous surgeries this might not be the case. The fact that the Cancer has now spread to the bone (which is quite rare for this type of Cancer) it is unsure whether medically in NZ they will do anything to help especially with funding, as it will cost thousands of dollars and Lea will have to travel to Australia 4 times. Unfortunately the odds aren't looking great and overall, everyone involved from Doctors, Surgeons, Lea, Mike and the family we are all disappointed with the outcome after working so hard to keep her alive for the past 2 years. I must stress that Lea won't give up and will fight this brave battle until the end, but she now needs to be realistic to her unfortunate circumstance. Writing her story to get the awareness out there about this type of Cancer is now her primary goal and so important more so to keep her proactive and give her a focus to keep going. Your feedback, encouragement and support is a comfort to her and inspires her to keep on sharing her story so we thank you very much and I hope it continues as we follow her on her Journey. Be kind to one and other as at a time like this, it puts whatfs important in life into perspective. Arohanui, Chantelle

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  • Thank you from Leanne     15 October 2013

    Hi everyone just wanting to say a big thank you for your kind donations and encouraging messages. I feel so blessed and touched by the amount of amazing support out there for me. The world is full of good loving people , which I have always focused on and now is reflecting what I have choose to see. Thank you Chantelle for all you are doing for me with Givealittle and setting up (follow Leanne Bachop's journey) Facebook page. The response has been amazing already. So for anyone wanting to learn and know more about my rare type of Cancer and follow my journey , you are more than welcome to have a look. I am off to oncology in the morning , and will hopefully have more clarity about latest scan results and where to next. Thanks again to you all much love and will update when I know more kind regards Leanne ox

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  • A message from Leanne     07 October 2013

    Hi Everyone, I am feeling so much love and support from you all , and it is much needed right now. I feel like I am walking such a fine line at this time , which is taking so much of my energy to stay positive and focused on awaiting my latest Scan results. It will be 2 years this week since my first major surgery , and it is hard to believe at that time ( October 11th 2011) I was only weeks away from death. So I count my blessings every day, and that I am still here and alive to write this message. I am so grateful to my amazing Doctors , Surgeons , Nurses and everyone in the Medical world for not giving up on me.They are using all their resources to make life possible for me. I also thank the Medical world for respecting me and my Holistic , Spiritual and Cultural Beliefs , which contribute and create a loving balance in my healing process. This is by no means an easy journey and as the time goes on it gets more challenging on the many levels that I am faced with. Life gets put into perspective pretty fast when you are faced with your mortality. Sometimes it feels like such a privilege , because I definitely don't have time to sweat the small stuff , and how important it is to live moment to moment for your well being. I am also grateful for the insights , awareness and wisdom I have gained , about how simple life can be. Especially When you slow down enough to notice and respect the beauty that mother earth and the universe provides. Then it can feel like such a hindrance , because of the frustration and disappointment of the hand I have been dealt , and there is no escape. I feel that I have been stripped back to a place from which I cannot hide , and have to face head on to make peace within myself . There is no room left for anything but being real and true , not only to myself but to all around me. I am truly thankful for my positive attitude , staying true to love and faith , and my ability to remain strong through most of this difficult time. The truth be known tho , I am feeling tired. Just when I could see a glimmer of light and the possibility of getting back to a little normality , another set back. The down days are out weighing the good right now. So your amazing generosity and support could not have happened at a better time.Your messages of encouragement and kind donations , are a huge help to keep me going. Words will never be enough to express the gratitude I have to all you beautiful people. To Chantelle , family , friends and all of you who are sharing, liking and donating , thank you from the bottom of my heart. Take care and I will update again soon , much love Leanne xx

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  • Overview of 'Support Leanne Bachop'     04 October 2013

    In August 2011 Leanne (42) was diagnosed with a rare form of Carcinoid Cancer, which started in the Small Bowel, advancing to secondary locations in the Pelvic Peritoneal Lining and 70% of her Liver. Critically ill and best chance for survival, her surgical team advised best course of action was 3 radical major surgeries. October 2011 the first surgery removed the primary Cancer. Large growth in the Small Bowel and Gall Bladder removed. 5 months later the second major surgery removed 70% of her Liver. Complications occurred so major Heart Bypass surgery was needed and the Liver procedure could not be completed. Leanne was left in an induce Coma fighting for her life. After a miraculous recovery her surgeons embarked on a third invasive life saving surgery, completing the Liver procedure, full Hysterectomy and resection of Peritoneal Lining. Sadly subsequent scans have revealed a new Tumor in Leannefs Spine. With your help we hope to raise funds to aid with future treatments as well as make Leafs life quality and as comfortable as possible. Your generosity will help Leanne and her husband Mike continue to beat the odds with their amazing fight against this disease.

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  • Update for 04/10/2013     04 October 2013

    Kia orana, Chantelle here, I would like to thank each and every one of you, for your love and support with this ""Give a little"" page for my aunty Leanne. The generosity has been overwhelming and is very much appreciated. Your support has lightened the load at this challenging time while she awaits the results of her latest MRI scan (Tuesday 1st October 2013) The results will give Lea more clarity in moving forward. Due to the rare nature of this type of Cancer Lea unfortunately does not have the option of standard Cancer treatments like Chemo and Radiation. Because of this, surgery is the only option for the best outcome. Now that the cancer is in the spine, a lot more research is needed and possibly surgery may not be an option this time around. The past 2 years have been life changing on many levels as Leanne has always been a proactive, hard working independent person with such a love of life in which she has always loved to share and give to others. This is a humbling time for Lea as she is now on the receiving end of love and support from all of you wonderful people. Leanne, her partner mike along with the family are truly grateful for your ongoing support. Please keep checking back for more updates. Due to your love and support, Lea is now in a place of strength and wants to give back by sharing her story. Currently I am in the process in setting up a Facebook page that will keep you up to date now that you are a part of this journey. Kia manuia, Chantelle

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