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,Noami Holly with her baby who was taken to hospital when she was struggling to crawl. (Supplied) Tweet Facebook Mail An eight-month-old baby has been diagnosed with a tumour two days after a doctor reportedly told her mother she was just “mi *** ehaving”.Perth Now has reported the baby girl is undergoing chemotherapy after the discovery of a cancerous tumour crushing the little girl’s spine.Nora Holly was taken to the new St John of God Midland Public Hospital by her parents after she was struggling to stand and crawl.At first, the doctor reportedly told the couple their daughter was suffering from “behavioural issues.”The family di *** issed the diagnosis and requested a second opinion, and a senior doctor found the child had a fractured leg.Nora’s leg was placed in a full cast and was discharged.Days later Nora’s condition continued to deteriorate and she lost control of her upper body. She was then admitted to the Princess Margaret Hospital and her leg-cast was removed with no evidence of a fracture.RelatedRush to publish COVID-19 research saw errors in top medical journals triple, study findsNew health alert in South Australia after positive COVID-19 case breached quarantineTwo new coronavirus cases reported in South AustraliaShe was booked to undergo MRI and CAT scans on Tuesday when the cancer was revealed.Doctors discovered a neuroblastoma in her chest cavity that was strangling 85 per cent of her spine.The parents were told by doctors at the PMH if treatment had been delayed by another day their daughter could have suffered permanent spinal cord damage.“As a mother of three I knew enough about my children to stand up a bit to what they were saying. But what happens if a mum comes in and completely accepts what the doctor says?,” Nora’s mother Naomi Holly told Perth Now.Nora has regained some movement in her legs since beginning treatment but it’s too soon to tell if the cancer has spread to her organs. It has been reported St John of God  are undertaking investigations based on the clinical presentation of the infant of the time.“The hospital undertakes a review of its processes for all unexpected clinical outcomes, and will do so on this occasion,” St John of God executive director Dr Lachlan Henderson said.
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