While we were all hoping for the Pies to get up for Glenn, Clare is now at home so that’s the best win anyone could hope for.

She has now received her second dose of immunology which means the next few weeks remain critical for progress. Clare will have a Nephrostomy bag for the next few weeks until the cancer hopefully reduces.

The entire Waites/ Waller family are so grateful for the support of the community and love receiving your messages. We encourage you to keep them coming!

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Princess Sophie turns 4!

Clare remains hospitised and, unfortunately, was unable to receive her immunotherapy treatment this week, as scheduled. However, the team has stablised her pain and established an ongoing pain management plan for Clare.

At the moment, Clare’s kidney and liver function are the doctor’s primary concern. If these are addressed to a suitable level, Clare will be home later in the week.

Huge thanks for everyone are all the love, support and goodies to Clare, Glenn and the kids while she has been in hospital.

Finally, whilst the mighty Dees didn’t produce a fairytale (we were all crossing our fingers!), Princess Sophie Waites had her 4th birthday party yesterday and then visited Clare in hospital to continue the celebrations.

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Immunotherapy Underway

Clare has begun the immunotherapy trial and will hopefully receive her 2nd dose this coming Tuesday. Clare is currently hospitalised as they try and create a pain management plan for her and resolve issues in the abdomen.
We are very grateful for everyone’s support and generosity for the ‘There for Clare’ fundraisers. Special mention to Angus and Sophie’s childcare, the Learning Sanctuary Gisborne. They continue to go above and beyond in supporting our family and conducting fundraisers in their personal time.
A huge thanks to Foodworks, learning sanctuary and everyone who supported the fundraisers today.
Finally and most importantly…. Go Dee’s!!

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