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Parents of four-year-old girl with eye cancer tell her story ahead of Rare Disease Day

The parents of a four-year-old girl who had her eye removed after she was diagnosed with a rare cancer have told of their heartbreak at having to ban her from kissing her newborn brother - because of the risk of infection. Stef and Chris Nash, from Herne Bay, Kent, first noticed their daughter Olivia had an occasional squint in her right eye when she was two but put it down to tiredness.

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