Two-year-old Gaurav Bains from Tipton is now home from hospital after his life-saving bone marrow transplant.
- He'll be kept in isolation with limited contact with others until his immune system is working normally and there's less chance of an infection.
- He needs to start eating and drinking by mouth as he's currently taking in all nutrients via a tube.
- Gaurav has a programme of work planned with physiotherapists to help him get moving about again. At the moment he struggles to sit up on his own for long periods of time and isn't crawling, walking or climbing at all.
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