A seven-year-old girl who was suffering from neuroblastoma, an aggressive form of skin cancer, died early morning at her home in Scotland. While wishing that their daughter Olivia Downie's soul may rest in peace, her parents could not hide their tears and were of the view that they were blessed to have her in their lives.
"It is with great sadness that we announce that our darling daughter Olivia slipped away peacefully this morning after her long and courageous battle", said Oliver's parents.
Oliver's family had tried their best to make sure that their daughter wins the battle of life, and they took her to the Central American country Mexico for the treatment. Doctors treating Oliver said that it would require a lot of money for Oliver's treatment.
They took her back home in a medically equipped plane, and she was then taken to Royal Aberdeen Children's Hospital. However, she could not survive and died in early morning. Oliver's parents thanked everybody for their support and said that NHS Grampian and doctors in Mexico have helped them a lot.
They also paid their gratitude to the charity known as Families against Neuroblastoma (Fan), which raised £155,000 for Oliver's treatment.
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