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The family of a little girl who needs a kidney transplant say all relatives have been ruled out as suitable donors.
Hannah Phillips, 6, was diagnosed with nephrotic syndrome aged two, which led to both her kidneys being removed.
She travels from her home in Conwy to Liverpool to undergo dialysis four times a week.
Hannah told ITV News reporter Rob Shelley that she hopes to be able to eat food like chocolate and bananas once she's had a transplant.
"I'm just so looking forward to it!" she says.
Tonight we'll bring you the story of six-year-old Hannah Phillips.
Hannah had to have both of her kidneys removed aged just two.
She travels hundreds of miles each week for dialysis - and she and her family are appealing for anyone who might be a kidney match to help.
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Several times a week Hannah travels hundreds of miles to undergo dialysis. All her relatives have been ruled out as possible kidney donors.