Family wants better cancer medicine after losing Emily

By Kat Wong
Updated February 24 2024 - 10:05am, first published 10:00am
Kate Cantrell says it wasn't cancer that killed her niece Emily Borg, but the treatment side-effect. (HANDOUT/KATE CANTRELL)
Kate Cantrell says it wasn't cancer that killed her niece Emily Borg, but the treatment side-effect. (HANDOUT/KATE CANTRELL)

Oncology patient Emily Borg was cancer-free when she died aged five.

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