A group of 16 children is swimming around Middle Island to support their teacher as her son struggles with aplastic anemia, a rare bone marrow disease. Photos: Handout A group of 16 children is swimming around Middle Island to support their teacher as her son struggles with aplastic anemia, a rare bone marrow disease. Photos: Handout
A group of 16 children is swimming around Middle Island to support their teacher as her son struggles with aplastic anemia, a rare bone marrow disease. Photos: Handout
Water sports

Inspirational schoolchildren take on open-water swim to support teacher and her son battling bone marrow disease

  • A group of pupils at French International School is swimming 2.4km to show their teacher she is not alone as her son battles a life-threatening disease

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A group of 16 children is swimming around Middle Island to support their teacher as her son struggles with aplastic anemia, a rare bone marrow disease. Photos: Handout A group of 16 children is swimming around Middle Island to support their teacher as her son struggles with aplastic anemia, a rare bone marrow disease. Photos: Handout
A group of 16 children is swimming around Middle Island to support their teacher as her son struggles with aplastic anemia, a rare bone marrow disease. Photos: Handout
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