Six-year-old who's had 30 operations needs £40,000 for life-changing treatment to help him walk



He's had a major heart operation, bowel surgery and more than 30 procedures on his throat - and he's only six years old.
But brave Ollie Jenkins is still able to bring a smile to the face of anyone he meets. 
However, his family say the schoolboy's biggest disability is his cerebral palsy - which affects his nerves and spinal cord.
It causes him uncontrollable spasms in his legs and leaves him unable to walk. 
Now, they are attempting to raise £40,000 so he can undergo a life-changing operation to prevent him from becoming reliant on a wheelchair.   
His grandfather Richard Jenkins, from... read more

 
14 October 2016 in Health, Views: 32
Source: Daily Mail
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