Cape Town family’s desperate plea to save daughter from rare disease

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Two weeks ago her parents, Kurt and Nicole, were told she has Gaucher’s disease. (Photo: Facebook/Kurt Green)
Two weeks ago her parents, Kurt and Nicole, were told she has Gaucher’s disease. (Photo: Facebook/Kurt Green)

She’s as cheeky as any other two-year-old kid and she can do things for herself, thank you very much.

Don’t you dare try to put a brush to her curly hair or choose a dress for her to wear without her permission – her mom has learnt the hard way it’s best to give in to her independent daughter.

But sassy little Eden Green has something that sets her aside from other kids. Two weeks ago her parents, Kurt and Nicole, were told she has Gaucher’s disease – yet as scary as that sounds, the diagnosis came as a relief to her mom and dad.

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