Baby Olivia deserves to live and be treated by the NHS

  • by: Amy Keith
  • recipient: Jeremy Hunt, Department of Health

10 month old Baby Olivia Stanca has already beaten cancer from birth but she is at risk of being left to die by a London NHS hospital. They have put a time limit on how long they will treat any infections she gets.
The hospital are also putting massive strain on Olivia's parents by trying to get social services involved and ban them from seeing her purely because they have complained about certain aspects of Olivia's care.
We are trying to get Olivia transferred to a hospital that will be dedicated to getting her well and home.

Update #24 years ago
Olivia really needs this 2 get as many signs as poss,again the hospital are threatening 2 withdraw treatment she needs 2 continue getting bigger&stronger.A 2nd opinion from another top hospital say although theres a v small chance of kidneys recovering,with growth she'll b able 2 hav a transplant but needs 2 be able 2 get there,2 gain weight.Its her 1st birthday on monday,olivia & her family deserve & want her 2 surpass that by many many years. Pls carry on sharing & praying for sweet olivia.
Update #14 years ago
Thank you so much everyone that has signed.
Olivia has done a great job going from 3.73kg on the 17th Dec to 3.93kg on Christmas Day.
She still has a way to go though and needs all our thoughts and prayers, obviously as well as for treatment to continue.

Please continue to spread Olivia's fight and get as many people to sign the petition for her to have more time. She has proven over the last 10 months just how strong she is and how much she wants to live.
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