Hobart mother AND father each diagnosed with cancer - but one is preparing to ...

Hobart mother AND father each diagnosed with cancer - but one is preparing to ...
Hobart mother AND father each diagnosed with cancer - but one is preparing to ...
Unthinkable tragedy as mother AND father-of-three are diagnosed with cancer within months of each other - and one won't see their young daughter walk down the aisle Father-of-three given devastating diagnosis he has an inoperable brian tumour Came two weeks after his wife had a mastectomy after breast cancer diagnosis  Kirsten and Pete Rasmussen, from Hobart, told he only has 7 to 10 years to live His stage two Astrocytoma cancerous brain tumour is inoperable, doctors said If doctors tried to remove it, they said it could leave him as 'a living vegetable'

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A devoted father-of-three is preparing to leave his young children behind after being diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour just months after his wife found out she had breast cancer.   

Kirsten Rasmussen, from Hobart, Tasmania, was diagnosed with stage two breast cancer shortly after giving birth to her third child in August 2020.

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Ms Rasmussen had a full mastectomy but two weeks later her school teacher husband Pete, 35, suffered repeated seizures and was diagnosed with an inoperable stage two Astrocytoma cancerous brain tumour.

The Rasmussens - parents to daughter Estelle, one, and sons William, six and Thomas, four - were then gave the devastating news the father had seven to 10 years to live. 

Father-of-three Pete Rasmussen with his wife Kirsten and their three children - daughter Estelle, one, and sons William, six and Thomas, four. The father is preparing to leave his young children behind after being diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour just weeks after his wife underwent breast cancer surgery

Father-of-three Pete Rasmussen with his wife Kirsten and their three children - daughter Estelle, one, and sons William, six and Thomas, four. The father is preparing to leave his young children behind after being diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour just weeks after his wife underwent breast cancer surgery

'[There were] lots of doctors looking at me asking me if I could see, if I was all right, if I had a headache,' he told The

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