Marvel superheroes make a splash for chronically ill youngster to help raise awareness of rare disease

MARVEL'S superheroes have jumped in to help a seriously ill little boy.
Six-year-old Aaron Hunter suffers from Rohhad, a rare and uncurable disease that means he is always hungry and has difficulty breathing.
His parents have set up a charity to raise awareness of his condition and started an ice bucket-style challenge.
Called Go Mad Jump For Rohhad, it asks people to splash about in a puddle and donate to the charity.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has already put on her wellies and given it a shot.
Avengers-daft Aaron challenged his favourite Marvel superheroes to give it a go.
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14 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 32
Source: Daily Record

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