Family Pleads for Funds to Cure Sick Daughter

Eliza O'Neill, 4, has been diagnosed with a debilitating genetic disease called Sanfilippo Syndrome.
3:00 | 04/07/14

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Her. Always wanted to -- We have a couple -- miscarriages. And and and -- -- me very lucky and analyze. This. Alignment as. Me. Affectionate time had to eat any active. It's just. -- three years I would say we have the perfect. It is the perfect life. I didn't even go to the meeting. When the diagnosis was who has received I wasn't even at that it was another just. Check it off the list to make sure that this isn't wanted to and you know I didn't know what -- -- lots I didn't know there was genetics meeting happening honestly. And it and you don't. I'm not compete around the -- sentenced -- -- -- Aniston she's -- simply because syndrome and having heard about. The syndrome before I did my medical training and I have been thinking to pick your stomach -- This isn't really that -- this isn't really. You know attended it's headed towards birds suffering attended towards pain for her and done as a father and Q and it would. Be able to protect children. Did the money isn't coming. She'll stop speaking with that yeah she will stop -- Yeah. Two years not being able to feed herself. In the next thirty to forty years she will develop seizures. And movement disorders and -- -- A lot of pain and suffering. Financial Times. The donations have come in are going to. -- this clinical trial and fund a chance at life -- I mean that is the hope we hold onto hope in. -- -- -- We don't just -- hope there is something very meal that exists. That -- enough money we'll have -- and will happen in time for our life. I mean it is so close we're just so close to this being done and infant children it's been he had messed it's not a question. -- -- -- Can happen -- this well happen. Yeah and Sudan's.

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