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Students pitch in to help Ella

Ella while in chemotherapy treatment with her grandmother Debbie Styles. Ella is responding to the treatment and the tumour is being reduced.
Ella while in chemotherapy treatment with her grandmother Debbie Styles. Ella is responding to the treatment and the tumour is being reduced.

THE plight of Ella Doolan has filled the hearts of Kingscliff TAFE students.

Three-year-old Ella is being treated for cancer in Brisbane, but students are also taking up her fight in Kingscliff.

On October 25 the students will be hosting a fashion show to help Ella.

MeMe Clothing will be launching its summer fashion line and also selling clothes on the night with a percentage donated to Ella's family.

Ella was diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma about four months ago.

The disease is a cancerous tumour of the muscles that are attached to the bones.

Anyone wanting to attend the fashion parade should phone Ravi from MeMe Clothing on 0403 923 903.

Topics:  cancer fundraiser kingscliff tafe



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