A TWELVE-year-old girl who battled cancer has offered advice on how treatment could be improved for other children with the condition.
Mohini Samani, from Hockley Heath, was one of 90 youngsters whose views have been incorporated into a new report by the charity CLIC Sargent.
In 2007, Mohini was diagnosed with leukaemia and had to have intensive treatment, which came to an end in December last year.
At Birmingham University, the King Edward’s pupil met with other children treated for the illness.
“Hopefully the ideas we contributed will be put into action,” she said.