Girl, six, diagnosed with rare cancer after parents thought she was squinting because of regular iPad use

Parents of a six-year-old girl thought their daughter was squinting because she spent too much time on her iPad – but tragically she was diagnosed with an ultra-rare cancer. The family hope that they’ll be able to fundraise enough for Eve to receive proton beam therapy in America. As well as fundraising themselves, they have applied for NHS funding in the region of £150,000 to fund treatment, flights, accommodation, car hire and living costs.
The Sun