Cramlington schoolboy travels thousands of miles for life saving proton beam therapy

A schoolboy who was found to have a life-threatening cancer after his brother accidentally knocked a toy into his eye has travelled 4,500 miles to Oklahoma for pioneering proton beam therapy. Five-year-old William Richardson suffers from rare Rhabdomyosarcoma, an aggressive type of cancer which was discovered in his right eye socket.

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One Response to “Cramlington schoolboy travels thousands of miles for life saving proton beam therapy”

  1. Tony Murphy

    I was pleased to see the NHS got a mention, even if it was the very last word in the article.