The nine-year-old Scoil Isoagain girl spent 24 days undergoing treatment at the Qingdao Chengyang People’s Hospital.
Her mum Tracey told donegaldaily.com: “I am not getting carried away with the surprise early success of the treatment.
“We are delighted because any improvement shows that we are doing the right thing and we have some chance of Keri being able to see.
“The doctors have warned us that it could take between six and eight months before we see any more big improvements.
“We just have to keep going and continue to get more treatments to see what we can do for Keri,” she said
More than €40k was raised for Keri’s Search for Sight campaign.
LETTERKENNY HOSPITAL PACKED: All clinics at Letterkenny General Hospital will go ahead today, however staff have asked for emergency only cases at A&E due to massive overcrowding overnight.
CARRICK BURGLARIES: Gardai in Carrick are hunting the thieves behind break-ins at a pub and a shop in the town.
DRY ARCH TURN WILL NOT GO AHEAD: Cllr Dessie Larkin says a proposed end to the right turn into the Dry Arch business park will not now go ahead.
HEALTH CENTRE FOR SALE: Buncrana Medical Centre is on the market, it was confirmed today. The centre is being sold subject to contract with an asking price of €600,000.
GOLA SALMON FARM: A salmon farm producing 15,000 tonnes of fish per year could be opened off Gola Island, a TD said today. “Scoping of the sites is currently taking place and it is expected that BIM will will submit a licence application for the first site in early 2012,” said Joe McHugh.
FISHERMEN’S TRIBUTE: The families of two men lost at sea have paid tribute to people in the county who have given €40,000 to a emergency services fund. Eddie Doherty and Robert McLaughlin, from Glengad, drowned off the Inishowen coast.
TWIN TOWNS CENTRE: DONEGAL County Council has donated a site for the proposed €1.3M Stranorlar Community Resource and Enterprise Centre. It will be built on a green field site between the local mart and the Finn Valley Centre. The plans are being led by the Ballybofey and Stranorlar Integrated Community Company (BASICC).
AND FINALLY…COME ON JSB! Joanne-Sweeney Burke was on the losing side on the Apprentice last night…but lived to fight another day. Come on Joanne…you’d better win next week.
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