Parents hail pioneering brain tumour treatment that gave terminally-ill son new lease of life

Parents hail pioneering brain tumour treatment that gave terminally-ill son new lease of life
 

Watching as their triplets dash about the squash court, Camron and Suzan Malik can’t help but smile – because just a year ago they were told one of the boys had only nine months to live.
The couple suspected things weren’t quite right with their squash champion son Sumner last July when he started to miss the ball but their GP put it down to a virus.
As the weeks passed and the 11-year-old’s game and health deteriorated, his mum and dad decided to take him to A&E, where scans revealed he had a brain tumour.
Last September, after more tests, Camron and Suzan were given the news all... read more

 
8 October 2017 in Regional, Views: 71
Source: Daily Record
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