Aunt's 10,000 mile mission to save the life of baby nephew

Aunt's 10,000 mile mission to save the life of baby nephew
 

A baby whose auntie flew 10,000 miles across the globe to save his life will celebrate his first birthday this week.
Little Oscar Hughes was in desperate need of a life-saving liver transplant after being diagnosed with Biliary Atresia – a rare form of liver disease – when he was just four-weeks-old.
At seven weeks he underwent a major operation, but it was unsuccessful, and parents Kerry and Anthony, who live in Stockport , were told that their baby boy’s best chance of survival was a live donor.
Family members jumped at the chance to try and help Oscar, all offering to donate part of... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 31
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