'He’s not going to be around this time next year': 6st toddler who beat a deadly brain tumour now faces a race against time to cure the condition causing his rapid weight gain



A three-year-old boy who defeated a deadly brain tumour is in danger of losing his life again because he is putting on weight so quickly.
Freddie Hunt, from Yateley, Hampshire, weighs 5st 13lbs - but he cannot stop piling on the pounds because of his hypothalamic obesity.
It was triggered after an invasive operation that removed 90 per cent of the fist-sized tumour in his brain damaged a nerve, doctors believe.
The pioneering surgery in the US took place following the NHS' refusal to operate on Freddie, because he was deemed high risk. 
Just 20 days after going under the knife, his belly... read more

 
1 August 2017 in Health, Views: 44
Source: Daily Mail
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