Watch: Challenge's Ashley Cain says daughter’s cancer is back: we're 'blindsided'
Ashley Cain has sadly revealed his daughter Azaylia could have just days to live after a devastating diagnosis.
The youngster was diagnosed with a rare form of leukaemia when she was just two months old, and Ashley has shared regular updates on social media documenting his daughter's brave health battle.
On Thursday, the Ex On The Beach star took to Instagram to share the heartbreaking news that doctors have discovered tumours in Azaylia's stomach, liver, spleen and kidneys, in addition to tumours in her brain, and chemotherapy wasn't working.
He said the nightmare began when he and girlfriend Safiyya Vorajee were told that treatment usually given to leukaemia patients wouldn't be available to Azaylia because the tumours on her brain were too big, there was too much pressure and the procedure could kill her.
The couple then took their daughter home, before returning the next day and insisting that she be given the best chance at survival, and reiterated their intention to take Azaylia to Singapore to receive specialist treatment.
"She's fought a hard tough fight the whole way through, so I wanna honour that and give her the best chance of survival," he said in the video.
However, after an ultrasound, they discovered that his daughter has a "one in a trillion" form of leukaemia, and her disease is so rare that there is currently no treatment available.
"Her disease is that aggressive that nothing they are doing... Nothing's working. She literally is she's so special, she's one in a trillion - but unfortunately so is her disease," Ashley shared.
Visibly emotional and holding back tears, the 30-year-old said he and Safiyya would be taking their daughter home to make her as comfortable as possible.
"She's had a tough, tough life. From eight weeks old she'd been in hospital having chemotherapy, operations, transplants... And I feel like, for the last part of her life I just want to take her home. See her like a baby and give her the best rest of her life that we can give her. And that's it," he said.
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