Health

How a daughter's love for her mum will help thousands with blood cancer

Sarah Falson
Updated February 12 2024 - 2:50pm, first published 8:00am

When Julie Farr was told she had blood cancer in 2019, she cried - but as a mother, she didn't want to let the diagnosis keep her down for long.

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Sarah Falson

Sarah Falson

Journalist, ACM

Daily Liberal journalist. I love telling people's stories. Get in touch at sarah.falson@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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