Today she has her final spinal chemotherapy and bone marrow aspiration to make sure the leukaemia is definitely gone.
I see no sign of the disease now, although we are all a little nervous still I think.
She has another month of chemo tablets to take, then she's finished. Next, we attend a big meeting about what happens in the future. I know that for the next six months, she will still be considered very low immunity and be under the care of hospital.
I will be very glad to see the back of chemo, but also very thankful that it has saved my daughter's life.