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Warning after boy, 1, gets devastating diagnosis after symptoms appeared 'out of nowhere'

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A grandmother wants others to remember "one word" if youngsters around them suddenly get unexplained black eyes - after her grandson was diagnosed with a devastating disease.

The bruises around one-year-old Paul-Joseph's eyes appeared 'out of nowhere', his nan Clare Power said. "He started getting these black eyes that turned yellow.

It was weird cause then as time went on they just got blacker," Clare, 48, said. "The first day or so we thought he maybe fell but within a week they just kept going darker and darker," she told the Liverpool Echo.. "It all came around so quickly because before this he was perfectly fine. READ MORE: 'My son was standing in the crowd at Parklife.

In an instant everything changed' "He started deteriorating fast after this. He wasn't eating well and he wasn't drinking either.

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