WATCH ABOVE: Alberta triplets battling rare eye cancer are getting some support from another young trio from Regina. Su-Ling Goh has the update.
EDMONTON – The Alberta parents of triplet boys battling a rare eye cancer say their babies are “troopers” and that the whole experience has “changed their view of the world.”
Thomas, Mason, and Luke – who are now nine months old – were diagnosed with retinoblastoma just three months after they were born.
The Low family has been making trips back and forth to Sick Kids Hospital in Toronto for treatment of cancerous eye tumours.
Two of the boys have one prosthetic eye each. Mason has had to have chemotherapy. In total, the triplets have had close to 20 surgeries.
But, on Monday, their mother offered some good news.
“[They’re] quite stable,” said Leslie Low, “just appointments about every six weeks and they’ve had some – not…
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