By Bryant Hevesi For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 03:32 BST, 2 May 2021 | Updated: 03:32 BST, 2 May 2021
A little girl is fighting for her life after a 'tiny, harmless' lump the size of a mosquito bite on her elbow was later diagnosed as an aggressive type of cancer.
Gladys Hesse, from Logan, Queensland, took her five-year-old daughter Vaitiare to the doctor after she complained about a sore arm but was told the lump would subside, before being sent home with Panadol to cope with the pain.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
'Initially, this was as innocuous as a mosquito bite, a tiny, harmless bump on her arm,' her mum Ms Hesse told 7NEWS.com.au.
But the lump started to grow and by the next fortnight a concerned Ms Hesse had taken her daughter back to the doctor, who referred Vaitiare for an ultrasound.
Five-year-old Queensland girl Vaitiare Hesse (pictured) was diagnosed with Ewing's sarcoma in late March after initially complaining of a sore arm
The ultrasound initially identified the lump as a tumour but further tests in late March confirmed a diagnosis of Ewing's sarcoma, a rare form of