‘Save my daughter’: Mum grieving death of two babies makes worldwide plea after third child ravaged by cancer ‘Save my daughter’: Mum grieving death of two babies makes worldwide plea after third child ravaged by cancer
Lacie-Ann Gray struggled to give birth to a healthy baby and now her three-year-old angel is fighting for her life A mum who suffered... ‘Save my daughter’: Mum grieving death of two babies makes worldwide plea after third child ravaged by cancer

Tianna was a happy, healthy little girl until doctors found a mass in 2014


Lacie-Ann Gray struggled to give birth to a healthy baby and now her three-year-old angel is fighting for her life

A mum who suffered the devastating loss of two babies is pleading for help for her third – as the little one fights for her life against cancer .

Lacie-Ann Gray’s daughter Tianna was her blessing when she came along happy and healthy after Ms Gray tragically lost her first baby to miscarriage and a second shortly after birth.

Now, three-year-old Tianna has been diagnosed with stage four kidney cancer.

Ms Gray, who is beside herself with worry, has issued a heartbreaking plea for help to save her daughter.

The 28-year-old, who lives in Montego Bay, Jamaica, has been told by doctors at the town’s Cornwall Regional Hospital that nothing can be done for Tianna.

The little girl, said to be too young for operations, could only be saved by a miracle, Ms Gray has been told.

Tianna
Lacie-Ann and daughter Tianna who is fighting for her life against inoperable cancer

Diagnosed with clear cell sarcoma of the kidney, Tianna was diagnosed after a mass was found in her stomach in 2014.
After one kidney was removed, her condition has worsened, and she has since stopped walking, reports The Star – although she is said to not be in any pain.



“I have lost two children already. My life has been turned upside down,” Ms Gray says.

“I am going through a lot; I really need some help. Sometimes I feel so down. I feel like this world is just not for me.”

Ms Grey claims that the hospital have refused to give a referral to allow Tianna to be treated elsewhere,

“I want her to go somewhere else where they can look at her case and see what can be done,” Ms Gray adds.

“It is as if they are telling me that I should give up on this child. That is the way they operate.”

The hospital is reported to have said Tianna would be checked out of hospital against their advice.

Ms Gray believes regular prayers for Tianna may be working.

“My baby girl get heal from cancer in the name of Jesus,” her last Facebook post reads.

She has also pleaded for financial help which could pay for the medical assistance that would make a difference to Tianna’s future.

Henry Okafor

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