Abbie’s operation successful

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The eagerly awaited operation for 14-year-old Abian ‘Abbie’ Ntshabele has finally been done, successfully, at a hospital in Belgium. This was revealed by the teenager’s mother, Tiny Ntshabele, yesterday, on her Facebook group page ‘Please Help Abbie Get well’.

Abbie was diagnosed with Metastatic Immature Teratoma, a rare form of ovarian cancer in January 2014.

“On Monday March, 16 2016 our princess was taken to theatre for an eight hours heart bypass surgery by the team lead by Prof Derek Manas (liver transplant surgeon) Dr Asif Hasan (heart and lung transplant surgeon) Dr Simon Haynes (Anaesthetist) (and) Dr Janet Hale (consultant Head of Teratoma in Europe). Abbie was safely put to sleep at 13:05 pm.

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