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Sue Radford shares heartbreaking health update about 12-year-old daughter Tillie

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Mum-of-22 Sue Radford has shared an upsetting update regarding her daughter Tillie's health as she confirms she will need more surgery.The 12-year-old had a frame fitted to her leg in 2019 in an attempt to lengthen it after it stopped growing when she had a procedure at just 18 months old reports the Mirror.The well-known family often share updates with their fans about Tillie's health and now, dad Noel Radford explained that she would need to undergo more treatment.Speaking in a Q&A on their YouTube channel this week, Sue said: "Somebody said 'how is Tillie’s leg?'"Tillie had a hospital appointment last week and had X-rays and different things on Thursday." Inside the Radford's luxury Florida family holiday as they visit Disney World Noel added: "Her good leg has carried on growing and is now 35mm longer than her poorly leg."Her poorly leg, the bottom of bone, bottom of the shin bit, that has stopped growing, which we knew about it."But also when she had the frame on last time she fell over and broke her thigh bone, right through the growth plate if I remember rightly, which has now damaged that, so that has stopped growing as well."So the plan is she’s having the leg extension again."Noel went onto explain that now Tillie is a bit older, the process can be done internally.He said: "But luckily this time she is a lot bigger herself, she can have the internal one where there is no outer sprain, it’s all fastened to the bone on the inside under the skin and there is a remote control to use."Whereas before I used to turn the little bolts and screws on her exterior frame, this you just tap it like a chip and pin almost."Sue added: "Basically Tillie’s knee - because the growth plate has stopped growing, it’s kind of an odd

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