Molly Biederman | Wilms’ Tumour | Dr Gill Levitt

Molly Biederman | Wilms’ Tumour | Dr Gill Levitt

Metanephic blastema are specialised cells that help form the kidneys when a child is in the womb. At birth these cells disappear, but in Molly’s case they didn’t, they carried on growing into a Wilms’ Tumour.

The histology results are good; No malignant cells were left alive. With this news, Dr Levitt informs Emma and Rob that there should be no need for the final operation. Molly will need to continue her chemotherapy for at least another six months.

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