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A mother and baby in intensive care have been reunited after they were reunited at a Sydney hospital.

Key points:The mother was diagnosed with cancer and her baby was in intensive treatment at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, according to the ABCThe baby’s mother and mother’s partner were reunited in hospital in MelbourneTwo women who were diagnosed with breast cancer in Australia have been given the option to stay at home to protect their children”A couple of days ago we heard a lot of commotion and a lot more people had been seen in the emergency room,” a woman who asked to remain anonymous told News Corp.

“When we got to the ward we saw a woman in her early 30s with her two daughters and a man who looked to be about 70 years old.”

The woman was in the intensive care unit when she was told the hospital was taking the mother and her daughter into its intensive care units.

The woman said the mother had been diagnosed with lung cancer.

The baby was placed in the baby’s arms and placed in a cradle, with her mother’s name written on it.

“They were together for a little while and she said she was OK and then the nurses took them away.

We were all a bit scared and they were very calm, they were just sitting there with their babies,” the woman said.”

It was really nice to see them reunited.”

She said it was only when the couple arrived in Australia that they were able to meet their children.

“We had no idea they were actually in Australia, it was a bit scary,” she said.

The ABC has chosen not to name the woman who was in hospital.

The mother and the mother’s husband were reunited with their children at the hospital in the morning, after a woman told police she was worried about their health.

“She was scared and upset about the baby crying and wanted to know why,” a police spokeswoman told the ABC.

“Her partner and I were both there for the baby.”

She did not want to be named for her own safety, but she told the station she feared the baby would be taken away.

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