Family delighted at Wigan tot's progress after pioneering brain surgery
A six-year-old girl with a rare genetic disorder is recovering “remarkably well” after pioneering brain surgery which looks set to change her life.
Doctors are already seeing improvements in Hallie Campbell, just days after the procedure was carried out, and are hailing it a success.
She travelled to Poland with her family for gene replacement therapy thanks to a fund-raising appeal, which saw generous Wiganers help to raise £70,000 within weeks.
After the surgery, which took place on Tuesday, her mother Lucy posted on Facebook: “I am so pleased to say that Hallie is recovering extremely... read more
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