When we got to the hospital I was taken to intensive care, what I saw is forever burned into my memory. My baby was hooked up to what seemed like tons of cords and her whole body was as purple as a plum. I was told that she had meningococcal septicaemia. The doctors and nurses were doing all they could.
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I can only thank the GP for her action and that she did not dismiss my concern and consider me an overprotective mother.
THE last time I saw my sister Hollee was at the Fremantle train station. Alannis Morrisette was playing on the radio as I dropped her at the station to catch a train to go home after spending time with us during the April school holidays, 1996.
In the end we were flown to a strange interstate city where we knew no one and we thought we might not bring Nathaniel home again.
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