Anne Li August 12th, 2017 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ten-year-old Alyssa Davies from Preston loves art, Harry Potter, riding her bike with friends and playing with her eight-year-old sister Lauren. In this article, she and her mum, Angela, talk about her cancer diagnosis and coming to London for a day to visit a Cancer Research UK lab. Alyssa was transferred to the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital for treatment. Over the next six months, she had five cycles of chemotherapy, a lumbar puncture and was given steroids. According to Angela, the steroid were the ‘worst part of treatment’ because they made Alyssa really moody.
See original article at: http://scienceblog.cancerresearchuk.org/2017/08/07/whats-happening-to-make-treatments-better-and-less-horrible-alyssas-story/