Family hope to raise £160k for groundbreaking stem cell treatment for daughter, Ivy, who suffers from cerebral palsy

Family hope to raise £160k for groundbreaking stem cell treatment for daughter, Ivy, who suffers from cerebral palsy
 

Little Ivy Rose has a smile that lights up a room but unless her parents raise enough money for groundbreaking treatment she will have to use a wheelchair for the rest of her life.
The three-year-old faces a life of isolation because her cerebral palsy means she can do very little for herself. But she is a delightfully engaging child who shows courage beyond her years.
Stephen and Sky Summers, from Shotts, Lanarkshire, were devastated when their little girl was born ­prematurely with medical difficulties.
Ivy was born just a year after the couple’s twins, Xander and Sandy died after being... read more

 
4 September 2017 in Lifestyle, Views: 66
Source: Daily Record
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