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The first thing you notice about six year old Carly costly is her beautiful blue lives.
If we -- some of public it's every.
You know ten minutes for more -- than her.
That's how it's not okay -- -- melatonin reminder that measured way to tell your story.
Her story has been a long difficult journey -- Paris -- problem.
When she was just eighteen months old He -- -- and photos.
Arm and that's where the grand majority of -- diagnosed or are are noticed a lot is in the the -- -- -- their youngest daughter to the eye doctor.
Who said He wasn't an issue.
They continue on with their active lives in Nashville Tennessee -- Carly was three when her mother and others.
Realize she couldn't see out of her left -- and rushed her to another doctor.
When they dialing your eyes -- this morning and there's no question.
You could say it there was no no denying -- as were some very.
Gut wrenching moments there.
Carly was diagnosed with a very rare eye cancer col -- no -- -- there are about 300 cases in the US every year.
And 8000 around the globe.
The majority of children develop -- -- -- on the dive.
They die because the road no less so we're not only -- site in the and destroys the that spreads through the bloodstream.
And inches of rain and.
The costly sprung into action doing research and talking with doctors.
Radiation and systemic chemotherapy who -- options but both are highly toxic.
Their doctor recommended Carly side be removed instead.
Taking -- mean you know.
Being Mac positive for the second and listen as everyone else was very devastated of course I think I was beginning to start trying to find hope.
Within it that it's if that's the case that's what it's going to be you know she's -- would this -- -- before Carly ever -- to the operating table at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
Her surgeon told a costly it's about an experimental treatment his colleague in New York City was performing.
They made -- nearly 900 mile trip to see doctor David Abramson.
At Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
Therapy is -- intra arterial chemotherapy and He said it might spare Carly side.
The goal of it.
These seem to deliver a very high concentration of chemotherapy to the cancer.
While delivering -- -- war.
Mode of chemotherapy but those.
The delicate technique involves sending medication into the blood vessel that supplies the -- That vessel is the size of an Angel -- past.
We pass this catheter into wrong.
The Angel hair upon us.
Once we confirm that it's in the right place by injecting dye and visualizing.
We deliver him.
The actual volume of chemotherapy that we delivery averaged.
Is about one.
-- it just didn't.
-- us Carly was being cancer free after six treatments she has business side she'll be able to.
Drive -- -- actually able to fly a plane.
She will be able to be anything she wants the her family's it will be something.
I mean it's.
It's case her up.
There's no other way really explain.
How we went from.
Pictured are our babies pleasing one of these you know god given big blue eyes.
Having that that don't say anything about her that was notable to everyone's become the very thing about her that was notable to everyone.
In another way.
Carly and her parents still returned to New York City every three to four months for check -- they stay at the Ronald McDonald house on the upper east side.
Fundraising makes it possible to cover travel expenses.
Hope that somewhere down the road -- realized -- office.
Been done for her sacrifice come.
Found a career path for -- business and hopefully.
In the meantime Carly has a special message for her doctors.
And everyone who helped her on the spirit.
-- personal loan.