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Family in a race against time to find a donor for cancer-stricken baby Gracey

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Little Gracelyn Green is now being looked after by her aunt, Lizel Solomons. (PHOTO: Corrie Hansen)
Little Gracelyn Green is now being looked after by her aunt, Lizel Solomons. (PHOTO: Corrie Hansen)

The little girl flashes a toothless grin as she bounces in her aunt’s arms, too young to be aware of the heartbreak and hardship she’s endured in her short life. 

Not only did Gracelyn Green lose her mother, her great-grandparents and her great-uncle in a devastating house fire last year, she’s now battling a rare type of blood cancer.

Her only hope is a blood stem cell transplant and her aunt, Lizel Solomons, is hopeful they’ll find a donor to save her life because Gracey is a fighter, Lizel tells YOU – just like her mom was. 

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